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5-6 EDWARD V!l. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



A. 1906 



SUITLF.MENT 

TO THE 

THIRTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND 
FISHERIES, BEING PARTLY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 
1905, AND PARTLY FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1905. 

MARINE 



REPORTS 

OF THE 

HARBOUR COMMJSSrONERS. 

FOR 

TORONTO, QUEBEC, THREE RIVERS, BELLEVILLE, NORTH SYDNEY, 

PICTOU AND MONTREAL.) 

AND PILOTAGE AUTHORITIES^ 

OERTTFIOATES TO MASTERS AJSTD MATES 

THE HARBOUR AND SHIPPING MASTERS, CERTAIN PORT WARDENS, STATEMENT 
OF WRECKS AND CASUALTIES, AND STEAMBOAT INSPECTION. 

CHIEFLY UP TO THE 

31st DAY OF 33ECEMBER, 1905 

PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

PRINTED BY S. E. DAWSON, PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST 

EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1907 

[No. 23—1906.] 



5-6 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 A. 1908 



Ottawa, November, 1906. 



Hon. Louis-Philippe Brodeur, 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



Sir, — I have the honour to submit herewith the Supplement to the thirty-eighth Annual 
Report of the Marine Branch of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, being for the 
year 1905, containing a statement of merchant shipping, wrecks and casualties; lists of 
certificates granted to masters and mates; the reports of the harbour commissioners of 
Toronto, Belleville, Quebec, Three Rivers, North Sydney and Montreal for 1905; list of 
harbour masters; reports of harbour masters generally; reports of pilotage commissioners; 
reports of port wardens; Ust of shipping masters, and the report of the chairman of the 
board of steamboat inspection. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

F. GOURDEAU, Lt.-Col. 
Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



I 



5-6 EDWARD VII. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



A. 1906 



CONTENTS. 

A. 



Page. 

Annapolis, N.S.. Port Warden, Report of 179 

Arichat, C. B., Pilotage Authority, Report of 156- 

B. 

Belleville, Harbour Commissioners, Report of 42 

Buctouche, N.B., Pilotage Authority, Report of 158 

o. 

Comparative Statement of Number of Vessels, &c 4 

Certificates of Masters and Mates for Foreign Sea-going Vessels 190 

" " " Inland and Coasting Vessels 194 

Caraquet, N.B., Pilotage Authority, Report of 161 

E. 

Engineers' Certificates of Competency, &c 125 

H. 

Harbour Commissioners' Report — 

Toronto 12 

Quebec 17 

Three Rivers 31 

Pictou, N.S 38 

North Sydney, N . S •. 40 

Belleville, Ont 42 

Montreal, Que 47 

Harbour Masters, Names of, Salaries, &c. — 

Ontario 185 

Quebec 185 

New Brunswick 186 

Nova Scotia 186 

Prince Edward Island 188 

British Columbia 189 

Halifax Pilotage Authority, Report of 138 

Halifax, Port Warden, Report of . 175 

M. 

Masters and Mates, Certificates of Competency, &c 190-194 

Merchant Shipping ; 1 

" " Comparative Statement 4 

" " Tonnage in Maritime States of the World 10 

" " Vessels whose names have been changed 11 

Miramichi, N.B., Pilotage Authority, Report of 162 

Moncton, N.B., Port Warden, Report of 182 

Montreal Harbour Commissioners, Report of 47 

" Pilotage Authority, Report of 168 

" Port Warden, Report of 168 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

N. 

Page. 



Nanaimo, Pilotage Authority, Report of 147 

3Iorth Sydney, Harbour Commissioners, Report of 40 

New Westminster, Pilotage Authority, Report of 159 

North Sydney. Port Warden, Report of 184 

P. 

Pictou. Harbour Commissioners, Report of 36 

" Pilotage Authority, Report of ^ 149 

Port Warden, Report of 170 

Prince Edward Island, Port Warden, Report of 177 

Pilotage Authority, Reports, Quebec 129 

St. John. N.B ' 134 

Halifax, N.S 138 

" Victoria and Esquimalt, B.C 141 

" " Vancouver, B.C 144 

Nanaimo, B.C 147 

Pictou, N.S 149 

Sydney, C.B 151 

" •• St. Mary's and Liscomb. N.S 154 

Arichat, C.B 156 

Parrsboro', N.S . 1.56 

Pugwash, N.B 157 

Buctouche. N.B 158 

New Westminster. B.C 159 

Richibucto, N.B 160 

Caraquet, N.B 161 

St. Andrews, N.B 162 

Miramichi, N.B 162 

Restigouche. N.B 166 

Port Warden's, Report of, Montreal, Que 168 

Port Warden's. Report at Quebec, Que., 173 

Halifax, N.S 175 

Pictou, N.S 176 

" " Hawkesbury, N . S 176 

" " Prince Edward Island 177 

Yarmouth, N.S 178 

St. Andrews, N.B 178 

Annapolis, N.S 179 

Sydney, N.S 179 

Moncton, N.B 182 

Westport, N.S 182 

" " Vancouver, B.C 183 

Victoria, B.C ■ 183 

North Sydney, N.S 184 

Q. 

Quebec, Harbour Commissioners, Report of 17 

Pilotage Authority, Report of 129 

Port Warden, Report of 173 

R. 

Registration of Shipping 1 

" " Comparative Statement of 4 

Ports 6 

" New Vessels 8 

Restigouche, Pilotage Authority, Report of 166 

Richibucto, Pilotage Authority, Report of 160 



INDEX vii 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

S. 

Page. 

St. Andrews, N.B., Pilotage Authority, Report of jg2 

" Port Warden, Report of 

St. John, N.B., Pilotage Authority, Report of 

St. Mary's and Liscomb, Pilotage Authority, Report of ^54^ 

Sydney, C.B., Pilotage Authority, Report of jgj 

" Port Warden, Report of jyg 

Steamboat Inspection, Report of Chairman of gQ 

Steam Vessels inspected for tne year 

" " Collingwood Division gg 

" " Kingston Division ." 

" " Montreal Division 

" " Sorel Division 

" " Quebec Division 

" " Nova Scotia Division 94 

" " New Brunswick Division jqq 

" " British Columbia Division J06 

" " Keewatin, Manitoba and Northwest Territories Division II3 

Steam Vessels added during the year jjy 

" lost, broken up, &c j24 

Shipping and Discharging of Seamen, Returns of 212 

Shipping Masters, Returns of 212 

T. 

Tonnage of Maritime States &c., 1905-6 jq 

Three Rivers, Harbour Commissioners, Report of 

Toronto, Harbour Commissioners, Report of j2 

V. 

Vessels whose names have been changed 

Vancouver, B.C., Pilotage Authority, Report of J44 

" Port Warden, Report of 2g3 

Victoria, B.C., Port Warden, Report of jg3 

Victoria and Esquimalt. Pilotage Authority. Report of \^\ 

w. 

Wrecks and Casualties, &c jgg 

WestDort Port Warden, Report of Ig2 

Y. 

Yarmouth, N.S.. Port Warden of 178 



5-6 EDWARD VII. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



A. 1906 



APPENDIX 1. 



MERCHANT SHIPPING. 



The total number of vessels remaining on the register books of the Dominion on the 
31st December, 1905, including old and new vessels, sailing vessels, steamers and barges, 
was 7,325, measuring 669,825 tons register tonnage, being an increase of 173 vessels, and 
a decrease of 13,013 tons register, as compared with 1904. The number of steamers on 
the registry books on the same date was 2,654, with a gross tonnage of 362,888 tons. Assum- 
ing the average value to be $30 per ton, the value of the registered tonnage of Canada, on 
the 31st December last, would be $20,094,750. 

The number of new vessels built and registered in the Dominion of Canada during 
the last year was 352, measuring 19.781 tons register tonnage. Estimating the value of 
the new tonnage at $45 per ton, it gives a total value of $890,145 for new vessels. 

A statement follows, shoA\ ing the Tuimber of vessels and number of tons on the register 
books at the different ports of registry in the Dominion, on the 31st December last, along 
with a comparative statement of the tonnage from 1874 to 1905. A statement is also pub- 
lished of the number of ves.sels built and registered in the Dominion during the last year, 
and a comparative statement of the number of new vessels built and registered from 1874 
to 1905, both inclusive. A comparative statement is also given of the tonnage of the Mari- 
time States of the world. 



Statement showing the number of Vessels and number of Tons on the Registry Books 
of the Dominion of Canada, on December 31, 1905. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 





Total 






Total 




Number of 


Number 


Gross 


Net Tonnage 


Name of Port. 


Sailing 


of 


Tonnage of 


of 




Ships and 


Steamers. 


Steamers. 


Sailing 




Steamers. 






Ships and 










Steamers. 




366 


49 


2,212 


7,787 




7 


1 


5 


1,788 




13 


1 


20 


1,466 




16 


4 


129 


479 




12 


3 


65 


688 




170 


8 


604 


3,584 




354 


81 


9,993 


33,353 




938 


147 


13,028 


49,145 



23—1 



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5-6 EDWARD VI'l., A. 1906 



Statement showiug the number of Vessels and number of Tons on the Registry Books, 

&c. — Continued. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



Total 






Total 


Number of 


Number 


Gross 


Net Tonnage 


Sailing 


of 


Tonnage of 


of 


Ships and 


Steamers. 


Steamers. 


Sailing 


Steamers. 






Ships and 








Steamers. 


4 


1 


109 


117 


48 


I 






118 


2 


71 


3,347 


74 


6 


205 


1,958 


32 






674 




7 


275 


4,854 


16 






629 


428 


75 


10,547 


20,651 


97 


5 


369 


9,428 


309 


8 


.636 


27,897 


21 


1 


88 


12,016 


119 


5 


568 


27,976 


59 


20 


2,716 


5,688 


, 68 


3 


131 


1,925 


21 


1 


138 


1,854 


82 


4 


94 


4,162 


103 


25 


1,926 


5,169 


37 


1 


5 


2,861 


106 


15 


1,925 


43,746 


247 


25 


4,592 


17,625 


2,121 


205 


24,427 


198,976 



Name of Port. 



Amherst 

Annapolis Royal 

Arichat 

Barrington 

Can so 

Digby 

Guv'sboro' - 

Halifax 

Liverpool « , 

Lunenburg 

Maitland 

Parrsboro' 

Pictou 

Port Hawkesbury 

Port Medway 

Shelburne 

Sydney 

Trur 



jro 

Wej'mouth . 
Windsor. . . 
Yarmouth . , 



Total. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Amherst (Magdalen Islands) 

Gasp^ 

Montreal 

Pa.spebiac 

Quebec 

Sorel 

Total 



12 






429 


29 


1 


921 


1,756 


607 


230 


66,879 


98,691 


14 


3 


88 


1,090 


634 


149 


19,330 


39,144 


5 


2 


95 


296 


1.301 


385 


87,313 


141,406 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



14 


9 


364 


389 


16 


13 


306 


458 


3 






479 


25 


24 


523 


329 


20 


13 


474 


623 


6 


1 


23 


772 


76 


73 


10,065 


7,241 


2' 


2 


46 


32 


18 


12 


1,219 


1,474 


1 




57 






46 


37 


2,477 


2,394 


56 


47 


10,672 


7,895 


59 


56 


1,966 


1,405 


198 


113 


13,184 


24,689 


52 


32 


640 


1,718 


8 


7 


4,177 


2,912 


1 




122 


1 






26 


403 


230 


27,845 


31,574 


44 


39 


3,816 


3,809 


45 


41 


1,180 


1,0.33 


20 


12 


2,892 


3,100 


42 


32 


2,977 


3,767 


7 


6 


67 


104 


14 


9 


258 


632 


43 


28 


1,956 


3,427 


9 


9 


472 


312 


39 


17 


1,171 


6,842 


44 


34 


10,697 


9,341 


14 


12 


593 


607 


47 


40 


3,122 


7,207 



Amherstburg. . . . 

Belleville 

Bowmanville. . . . 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Cobourg 

Colling^-ood. . . . 

Cornwall 

Deseronto 

Dunnville 

Fort William. . . 

Goderich 

Hamilton 

Rat Portage. . . . 

Kingston 

Lindsay 

Midland. 

Napanee 

Oakville 

Ottawa 

Ow.en Sound 

Peterborough . . . 

Picton 

Port Arthur. . . . 

Port Burwell 

Port Dover 

Port Hope 

Port Stanley. . . . 

Prescott 

Sarnia 

Southampton. . . 
Sault Ste. Marie. 



MERCHANT SHIPPING 3 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Statement showing the number of Vessels and number of Tons on the Registry Books, 

&c . — C oncluded . 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— Concluded. 



Name of Port. 


lotal 
Number of 

Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 


Number 
of 

Steamers. 


Gross 
Tonnage of 
Steamers. 


Total 
Net Tonnage 
of 
Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 




* 96 
5 

372 
33 
3 
60 


61 

2 

288 
19 


3,969 
35 
39,271 
1,328 


10,490 
271 
33,173 
2,528 
514 
7,102 






Wallaceburg 


Whitby ■ 




29 


7,436 


Total 


1,942 


1,347 


155,221 


178,848 


PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 




158 


15 


2.649 


11,924 




PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 




167 
294 
251 


98 
206 
141 


7,229 
19,912 
43,201 


10,173 
21,700 
48,081 


Victoria : 


Total. .. , 


712 


445 


70,342 


79,954 


PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN. 




Nil. 


Nil. 


Nil. 


Nil. 




PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 




142 


100 


7,423 j 7,809 




YUKON DISTRICT. 




11 


10 


2,485 


1,763 




SUMMARY. 




938 
2,121 
1,301 
1,942 
158 
712 
142 
11 

Nil. 


147 

205 
385 
1,347 

15 
445 
100 

10 

Nil. 


13,028 
24,427 
87,313 
155,221 
2,649 
70,342 
7,423 
2,485 
Nil. 


49,145 
198,976 
141,406 
178,848 
11,924 
79,954 
7,809 
1,763 
Nil. 






Ontario 


P. E. Island 




Yukon District '. 




Grand Total 


7,325 


2,654 


362,888 


669,825 



23— IJ 



4 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

CoMP.\BATiVE Statement showing the number of Vessels and number of Tons on the 
Registry Books of the Dominion of Canada, on the 31st December, in each Year, 
from 1874 to 1905, both inclusive. 



Provinces. 


1874. 


1875. 


1876. 


1877. 


1878. 


s 

> 


go 

a 

O 


"o 
to 
a 
o 
> 





ra 
"a! 

OD 

a 

<B 
> 


QQ 
B 



<a 
ai 

ID 
V 

> 


OS 

c 
H 


V, 

% 
n 

> 


m* 

e 
o 
E- 


N. Brunswick. 
Nova Scotia. . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

P. E. Island. . 
B. Columbia. . 

Total. ... 


1,144 
2,787 
1,837 
815 
312 
35 


294,741 
479,669 
218,946 
113,008 
48,388 
3,611 


1,133 
2,786 
1.831 
825 
335 
40 
2 


307,926 
505,144 
222.965 
114.990 
50.677 
3,685 
178 




1,154 

2.867 

1,902 

889 

338 

40 
o 


324,513 
529.252 
228,502 
123.947 
50,692 
3,809 
178 


1,133 
2,961 
1,951 
926 
342 
43 
6 


329,457 
541,579 
248,399 
131,761 
55,547 
3,479 
246 


1,142 

3,003 
1,676 
958 
322 
51 
17 


335,965 
553,368 
248,349 
135,440 
54,250 
4,482 
1.161 


6,930 


1.158.363 


6,952 


1,205,565 


7.192 


1,260,893 


7,362 


1,310,468 


7,169 


1,333.016 


N. Brunswick. 
Nova Scotia. . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

P. E. Island. . 
B. Columbia. . 
Manitoba 

Total. ... 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 


1,135 
2,975 
1,975 
1,006 
298 
60 
22 


340,491 
552,159 
246,025 
136,987 
49,807 
4,701 
1.924 


1,097 
2,977 
1,889 
1,042 
288 
68 
21 


336,976 
550,448 
233,341 
137,481 
45,931 
5.049 
1,992 


1,087 
3,025 
1,830 
1,081 
273 
74 
24 


333,215 
558,911 
224,936 
1.39,998 
4.5,410 
6,296 
2,130 


1,065 
3,026 
1,754 
1,112 
248 
84 
23 


308,980 
546,778 
215,804 
137,061 
41,684 
7,687 
2,783 


1,107 
3,037 
1,7.39 
1,133 
241 
94 
24 


315,906 
541.715 
216,577 
140,972 
49,446 
9,046 
2,778 


7,471 


1.332.094 7,377 


1,311,218 


7.394 


1,310,896 


7.312 


1.260,777 


7,375 


1,276,440 


N. Brunswick. 
Nova Scotia. . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

P. E. Island... 
B. Columbia .. 
Manitoba 

Total,.. 


1884. 


1885. 


1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1.096 
2,942 
1,628 
1,184 
234 
116 
55 


308.132 
544,048 
202,842 
142,387 
35,213 
11,403 
5,722 


1,060 
2,988 
1,631 
1,223 
227 
123 
63 


288,589 
.541,832 
203,635 
144.487 
36,040 
11,8.34 
5,439 


1,042 
2.929 
1,6.50 
1,248 
225 
134 
65 


269,224 
526,921 
232,556 
140,929 
30,658 
11,900 
5,578 


1.027 
2,845 
1,586 
1,275 
225 
149 
71 


2.55,126 
498,878 
189,064 
1.39,548 
29,031 
12.789 
5,871 


1.009 
2,851 
1,498 
1.330 
218 
167 
69 


239,332 
485,709 
178..520 
139, .502 
26,586 
14,249 
5,744 


7,255 


1.253,747 


7.315 


1,231.856 


7,293 


1,217,766 


7.178 


1,130,307 7.142 


1,089,642 


W. Brunswick. 
Nova Scotia.. . 

P. E. Island... 
B. Columbia... 
Total,. . 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 1 1893. 


1,013 
2,855 
1,455 
1,352 
224 
176 
77 


218.873 
464,431 
168, .500 
141,839 
25,506 
15.241 
6.091 


981 
2,793 
1,399 
1,312 
231 
196 
79 


209,460 
464,194 
164,003 
138,738 
26,080 
16.024 
6,475 


969 
2,778 
1,404 
1,345 
195 
146 

, ^« 


193,193 
461,758 
162,330 
138,914 
23,316 
19,767 
6,197 


946 
2,731 
1,408 
1,347 
196 
293 
81 


181,779 
425,690 
162,6.38 
141,750 
22,706 
23,448 
6,118 


1 

1,010| 156.086 
2,715; 396,263 
1,426 161,121 
1,370 146,665 
188 20,970 
315 24,900 
89 0,534 


7,152 


1.040.481 


6,991 


1.024,974 


j 7.015 


1,00.5,475 


7,007 


964,129 


7,113j. *912,539 



MERCHANT SHIPPING 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Comparative Statement showing the number of Vessels and number of Tons on the 
Registry Books of the Dominion of Canada, &e. — Concluded. 



Provinces. 



New Brunswick. 
Nova Scotia. . . . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

P. E. Island. . . . 
B. Columbia.. . . 
Manitoba 

Total.. . . 



New Brunswick... 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

P. E. Island 

British Columbia. 

Manitoba 

Yukon District. . 



Total. 



1894. 



> 



a 

o 



1895. 



> 



c 
o 
H 





1896. 




V 






3sels. 





1.003 
2,710 
1,427 
1,480 
191 
336 
98 



7,215 



136,257 
371,432 
160,590 
148,525 
19,650 
26,455 
6,715 



869,624 



975 
2,683 
1,4541 
1,608 
190 
346 
106 



122,417 
343,356 
158,776 
148,609 
19,323 
25,988 
7,307 



7,262 825,776 



1898. 



1899. 



903 
2,167 
1,378 
1,452 
178 
444 
121 



6,643 



89,257 
262,176 
144,447 
134,180 
15,979 
40,304 
7,439 



693,782 



920 
2.121 
1,375 
1,488 
171 
488 
126 
9 



6,698 



86,288 
243,457 
144,586 
135,234 
14,660 
44,415 
9,108 
1,604 



679,352 



> 



964 
2,669 
1,469 
1,525 
174 
363 
115 



7,279 



o 



115,506 
317,526 
158,649 
146,522 
16,540 
26,622 
7,934 



1897. 



v 
> 



789,299 



924 
2,203 
1,480 
1,424 
174 
364 
115 



6,684 



1900. 



1901. 



927 


78,708 


915 


75,293 


2,121 


226,817 


1,980 


214,560 


1,247 


138,136 


1,265 


142,664 


1,610 


141,112 


1,635 


145,227 


176 


14,251 


180 


14,729 


515 


51,095 


676 


62,102 


128 


7,147 


130 


7,445 


11 


2,268 


11 


2,463 


6,735 


659,534 


6,792 


664,483 



New Brunswick 

P. E. Island 

Manitoba 

Yukon District 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


917 
2,037 
1,288 
1,699 
1.56 
584 
139 
16 


64,605 
212,967 
136,660 
156,449 
13,464 
58,292 
7,536 
2,640 


929 
2,069 
1,288 
1,778 
164 
639 
139 
14 


59,508 
216,053 
138,570 
169,086 
13,739 
76,215 
7,695 
2,281 


933 
2,066 
1,287 
1,886 
161 
666 
141 
12 


54,855 
211,972 
140,339 
176,430 
12,200 
77,105 
7,765 
2,172 


938 
2,121 
1,301 
1,942 
158 
712 
124 
' 11 


49,145 
198,976 
141,406 
178,848 
11,924 
79,954 
7,809 
1,763 


Total 


















6,836 


052,613 


7,020 


683,147 


7,152 


682,838 


7,325j 669,825 



* The tonnage 672,838 given last .year should have been as above. 



6 MARINE A^'D FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

List of Ports at which Vessels may be Registered, showing the number of -New Vessels 
Built and Registered in the Dominion of Canada, during the Year ended December 
31, 1905. 

PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



1 otal 
Number of 

Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 


lotal 
Net Tonnage 
of Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers, j 


14 


! 

367 


1 


4 


Nil. 


Nil. 


Nil. 


Nil. 


1 


89 


2 


32 ■ 


7 


506 1 


25 


998 



Name of Port. 



Chatham. . . 
Dorchester. . 
Moncton. . . . 
Richibucto. , 
Saclo'ille. . . 
St. Andrews 
St. John 

Total 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



Amherst 

Annapolis Royal . 

Arichat 

Barrington 

Can so 

Digby 

Guysboro 

Halifax 

Liverpool 

Lunenburg 

Maitland 

Parrsboro' 

Pictou 

Port Hawkesbury. 
Port Med way. . . . 

Shelbume 

Sydney 

Truro 

Weymouth 

Windsor 

Yarmouth 

Total 



Nil. 



Nil. 

Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 

Nil. 



1 
6 
12 
2 
7 

13 
5 
27 

3 

1 

8 
6 

3 
2 
64 



160 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Amherst (Magdalen Is- 
lands) 

Gasp^ : 

Montreal 

Paspebiac 

Quebec 

Sorel 



Total. 



Nil. 

389 
79 

161 
31 

147 

Nil. 

1,558 
551 

1,667 
Nil. 

1,045 
Nil. 

11 

Nil. 

414 
207 

Nil. 

36 
340 
823 



7,453 



Nil. 




Nil. 


Nil. 




Nil. 




8 


667 


Nil. 




Nil. 




11 


475 




5 


296 


24 


1,438 



Name of Port. 



Total 
Number of 

Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 



Total 
Net Tonnage 
of Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Amherstburg. . . 

Belleville 

Bowmanville. . . 

Broctv-ille 

Chatham 

Cobourg 

Collingwood. . . . 

Cornwall 

Deseronto 

Dunnville 

Fort William. . . 

Goderieh 

Hamilton 

Kenora 

Kingston 

Lindsay 

Midland 

Napanee 

Oakville 

Ottawa 

Owen Soimd. . . 
Peterborough . . 

Picton 

Port Arthur. . . . 
Port Burwell. . . 

Port Dover 

Port Hope 

Port Stanley . . . . 

Prescott 

Sarnia 

Southampton. . . 
Sault Ste. Marie 
St. Catharines. . 

Simcoe 

Toronto 

Wallaceburg. . . . 

Whitby 

Windsor 

Total 



Nil. 
NU. 
Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil., 

NU. 

Nil. 
Nil. 



Nil. 
Nil. 



1 
4 
17 
6 
1 
3 



Nil. 

Nil. 

Nil. 

Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 



12 
2 
3 



Nil. 

Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 



2 
2 

22 



85 



Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 
NU. 

59 

NU. 

11 

Nil. 
NU. 

15 
2,181 
348 
121 
26 
55 

Nil. 
Nil. 

662 
83 
50 

NU. 

16 

NU. 

16 

Nil. 

12 

NU. 
NU. 
NU. 

227 
233 

Nil. 

1,620 
Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 



5,735 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Charlotte town . 



577 



^MERCHANT SHIPPING ' 7 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

List of Ports at which Vessels may be Registered, showing the number of new Vessels 

Built and Registered, &c. — Concluded. 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Name of Port. 


Total 
Number of 

Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 


Total 
Net Tonnage 
of Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 


Name of Port. 

• 


Total 
Number of 

Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 


Total 
Net Tonnage 
of Sailing 
Ships and 
Steamers. 


Victoria 


8 
34 
9 

51 


431 
2,447 
658 

3,536 


SUMMARY. 




Total 




25 
160 
24 
85 

6 
51 

1 

Nil. 


998 

1,438 
5,7.35 
577 
3,536 
44 

Nil. 
Nil. 




Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. . . . 

Manitoba 


PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 


Winnipeg 


1 


4 


YUKON DISTRICT. 




Nil. 


Nil. 




Yukon District 


SASKATCHEWAN. 


Saskatchewan 

Total 


Nil. 




Nil. 


Nil. 


352 


19,781 







• 



8 * MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Comparative Statement of New Vessels Built and Registered in the Dominion 

1905, both 



1874. 



1875. 



1876. 



1877. 



Provinces. 



> 



a 
o 



o 
n 

> 



a 
o 
H 



■3 




> 



a 
o 



> 



New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 



90 
175 
73 
50 
881 
5| 



42,027 
84,480. 
20, 796 i 
10,797; 
24,634 
276 



65 
177, 
103 

53 

83 1 



33,483 
67,106 
22,825 
7,760 
19,838 



Add new vessels built in 
Canada which proceeded 
to the United Kingdom 
under a Governor's pass 
without being registered 

Add new vessels which left 
Quebec for registration 
in Germany 



481 



183,010 



481 



6 7.746 



151,012 



61 
194 
51 
47 
62 
1 



412 



31,040 
58,771 
17,800 
5,397 
14,571 
121 



1 



127,700 



2,721 



480 



54 
219 
62 
28 
62 
2 
3 



a 
o 



1878. 



n 

*» 

09 

> 



430 



31,158 
47,980 
19,253 
3,316 
17,026 
204 
48 



118,985 



1,943 



56 
166 
46 
30 

381 
2I 
1 



27,368 
49,784 
10,870 
2,409 
10,382 
45 
15 



339| 100,873 



663 



Total. 



487 190,756 481 151.012 420 130,901 432 120,928 340 101,536 





1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


* Pro%'inces. 


q6 








CO 














"S 

0} 








"3 

ai 




"S 

m 




"S 

09 


CO 




m 


a 


31 


a 


m 


s 






00 
<B 


c 




> 



H 


> 




> 



H 




p 


> 



i-> 


New Bnmswick 


34 


4,931 


18 


2,909 


32 


2,530 


50 


4,792 


35 


5,572 




93 


20,948 


87 


12,310 


116 


12,965 


126 


19,645 


150 


33,907 


Quebec 


27 


2,683 


28 


2,888 


23 


2,669 


27 


3,759 


25 


4,880 


Ontario. 


52 


2,075 


66 


2,993 


62 


5,095 


45 


3,259 


41 


4,917 


Prince Edward Island. . . . 


12 


1,318 


7 


601 


12 


1,412 


12 


1,503 


12 


2,008 


British Columbia 


8 


154 


9 


376 


18 


448 


12 


840 


15 


876 




3 


98 


8 


439 


1 


11 


8 


548 


7 


218 


Total 


229 


32,207 


223 


22,516 


264 


25.130 


j 280 


34,346 


285 


52,378 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



Provinces. 



<a 
> 



New Bnmswick 

Nova Scotia 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

Yukon District 

Saskatchewan 



Total. 



31 
67 
51 
46 

5 
72 

6 



c 
c 



278 



790 
4,962 
4,139 
1,872 

372 
12,228 

159 



> 



C 
a 



31 
92 
35 
52 
3 
51 
13 



24,522 



277 



798 
7,594 
5,943 
3,419 
56 
2,734 

554 



21,098 



> 



> 



c 
o 



> 



C 

o 



22 
II7I 

50 

58 
3 

43 
3 
1 



762 
9,416 
4,301 
3,734 

106 
3,837 

109 
61 



25 
133 
43 
62 

6| 
62 
3 
II 



1,141 
14,660 

7,421 

2,665 
589 

7,728 
112 
165 



297 22,326 335 34.481 



23 
140 
16 
60 

8 
36 
10 

3 



1,055 
14,827 

1,990 

8,791 
530 

2,. 550 
137 
336 



296 30,216 



MERCHANT SHTPPING 9 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

of Canada during the Year ended December 31, in each Year, from 1874 to 
inclusive. 



1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 


1884. 


1885. 


13 

09 
OQ 

> 

43 
126 

OQ 

42 
20 
5 


DO 

c 



H 


. 

GO 

Cfi 

X 

> 

63 
126 
oo 
44 
21 

1 


CO 

C 
o 
H 


CO 

"3 

CO 

tn 
> 


CO 

a 

o 


CO 

m 

CO 


CO 



H 


cn 
> 


CO 

a 


fH 


co' 

■3 

cn 

00 

> 


CO 

a 

H 


CO 

"3 

CO 
OQ, 
V 
> 


cn 

a 

H 


19,067 
39,208 

2,464 
5,279 
788 


18,896 
31,257 
8,219 
3,610 
3,359 

100 


57 
1.50 
56 
54 
15 
2 

3 


18,259 
40,465 

0,0/ O 

5,111 
4,351 
8.^ 
lit 


66 
117 

55 
15 
8 
1 


16,820 
26,711 

0, / oo 

4,369 
3,508 
1,631 
289 


72 
202 

34 
17 
5 
2 


21,103 
35,765 
o,oy± 
4,311 
5,343 
849 
125 


46 
178 

58 
21 
15 
37 


12,888 
42,032 

0,010 

4,446 
5,189 
676 
3,366 


34 
102 

45 
11 
6 
13 


7,736 
24,703 

4,000 

4,509 
1,707 
648 
320 


265 


74,227 


288 


65,441 


337 


74,060 


288 


60,113 
1,029 


374 


74,090 


387 


72,411 


240 


44,179 
























































265 


74,227 


288 


65,441 


337 


74,060 


289 


61,142 


374 


74.090 


387 


72,411 


240 


44,179 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


CO 

"a 

CO 
CO 

> 

43 
• 130 
46 
44 

5 
41 

3 


CO 

S 

O 


CO 

% 

m 

CQ 
> 


CO 

a 
o 

e 


c» 

13 

CO 
CO 

<u 

t» 


CO 

a 



H 


« 

CO 

cn 
> 


oo 

a 



CO 

"3 

CO 
CO 



> 


c» 

a 

Oi 


CO 

"3 

m 

CO 

> 


CO 




CO 

"3 

CO 
CO 

> 


n 

a 



6,269 
35,528 
4,200 
2,662 
■ 1,000 
2,364 
122 


21 
105 
34 
34 

9 
46 

6 


1,873 
16,446 
2,620 
3,684 

967 
2,887 

296 


119 

111 

53 
49 

3 
19 

8 


2,819 
15,089 
4,220 
4,126 
634 
944 
608 


40 
128 
55 
64 
3 
25 
11 


2,534 
8,721 
4,412 
3,137 

183 
1,900 

356 


27 
89 
49 
52 
1 
18 
14 


714 
4,762 
4,335 
3,732 

196 
1,709 

822 


24 
97 
36 
38 
3 
22 


627 
7,704 
3,969 
1,757 

111 
1,466 

512 


33 
54 
49 
50 
3 
26 
16 


1,738 
4,2.59 
4,227 
3,850 

226 
2,429 

365 


312 


52,145 


255 


28,773 


362 28,440 


326 


21,243 


250 


16,270 


227 


16,146 


231 


17,094 



1903. 


1904. 


1905. 










cn 

0) 
CO 

cn 

0) 

> 

24 
135 
31 
71 
6 
56 
5 

Nil. 


Tons. 


Vessels. 


Tons. 


Vessels. 


Tons. 


CO 

"3 

CO 
CO 
0) 

> 


1 

Tons. 


Vessels. 


1 

Tons. 


Vessels. 


1 

Tons. 


Vessels. 


Tons. 


1,708 
12,907 
1,076 
10,719 
171 
3,494 
248 
Nil. 


25 
99 
20 
105 

2 
48 

9 

Nil. 


1,306 
5,993 
3.203 


25 
160 

24 


998 
7,453 
1,438 
5,735 

577 
3,536 
44 




































































185 
2,362 

338 
Nil. 


6 
51 
1 




































































































328 30,323 

1 


308 


IS <t 




19,781 


















— >— - — 

1 



















10 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Statement showing the Tonnage of each of the Maritime States of the World, compiled 

from the Repertoire General for 1905-1906. 



Nationality. 


Steam- 
ers. 


Gross 
Tonnage of 
Steamers. 


Net 
Tonnage of 
Steamers. 


Sailing 
Vessels. 


Net 
Tonnage 

of 
Sailing 
Vessels. 


Total. 
Net Ton- 
nage. 


British . . 


8,455 


15,351,046 


9,410,759 


6,828 


1,923,025 


11,333,784 


American . . . 


924 


1,763,307 


1,192,258 


3,884 


1,518,566 


2,710,824 


German 


1,549 


3,078,531 


1,898,839 


1,248 


503,660 


2,402,499 


Norwegian 

French 


1,063 


1,078,501 


667,434 


1,701 


744,392 


1,411,826 


861 


1,266,400 


729,975 


1,785 


529,456 


1,259,431 


Russian 


605 


707,362 


426,663 


3,305 


568,888 


995,551 


Italian 


374 


700,521 


465,112 


1,.5.30 


446,284 


911,396 


Japanese 


654 


865,447 


549,815 


1,337 


166,757 


716,572 


Swedish 


771 


582,043 


406,081 


1,598 


271,940 


678,021 


Canadian 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


Spanish 


449 


689,250 


434,846 


560 


86,463 


521,309 


Dutch 


415 


662,148 


415,742 


666 


90,608 


506,350 


Danish 


440 


536,643 


326,563 


995 


127,911 


454,474 


Greek 


198 


3.33,901 


208,791 


887 


167,560 


376,351 


Austrian 


274 








1 fi Q14 


•370 OQO 


Turkish 


114 


101,632 


63,210 


881 


178,355 


241,565 


Brazilian. . . . 


209 


148,139 


93,345 


342 


74^535 


167,880 




154 


169,706 


114,564 


10 


3,519 


118.083 


Argentine. . . 


131 


89,298 


55,561 


162 


40^627 


96,188 


Portuguese 


44 




32 243 


9fiQ 


•JO, UO 1 


85 924 


Chilian 




uo,oo^ 




oO 


on Qon 


89 9R^ 


UrUffuavan 




91 


1 % 99(1 


79 




44 282 


Cuban 


43 


45,479 


29,303 


124 


11,799 


41402 


Chinese 


38 


56,892 


36,404 


8 


925 


37,329 


Peruvian 


4 


8,056 


5,283 


35 


25,039 


30,322 


Mexican 




91 490 


1 Q 1 DO 
XO, 1!7«7 


9Q 


8 4!^1 
0,^0 X 


21 650 


Roumanian 


1 


j50,o 1 O 


14 73=1 


21 


3,650 


18!385 




' 15 


10,984 


6,428 


7 


1,912 


-8,340 


Nicaraguan t 


O 


i OO 




12 


7,607 


8,027 


Montenegrin 








22 


tl,^ X t 


5,417 


Venezuelan 


Q 






22 


3,168 


5,264 


Siamese 


1 
i 




1 77*^ 


9 


2,772 


4,547 


Haitian 


R 
ij 




Q08 


13 


2,280 


3,188 


Bulgarian 


A 
rr 




9 4SO 


2 


256 


2,736 


Guatemala 








in 


9 1 9 
x^ 


2,512 


Arabian ' 








Q 

o 


9 484 


2,484 


Sarawak 


4 


3,597 


2,261 






2,261 




1 


2,115 


1,333 


4 


665 


1,998 


Colombian 


1 


881 


457 


5 


1,385 


1,842 


Honduras 


3 


2,506 


1,572 


2 


199 


1,771 




4 


2,430 


1,731 






1,731 


Dominican 








9 
2 
3 


1.338 
551 
916 


1,338 
1,222 
916 
885 
804 
606 
514 
257 
235 
102 
19,189 


Costa Rican ' 

Liberian 


3 


1,120 


671 


Persian 


2 


1,328 


885 


Hawaiian 


4 
1 
3 
1 


804 
606 
514 
257 


Bolivian 








San Salvador 








Ecuador 








Zanzibar 


i 

1 

5 


350 
264 
9,446 


235 
102 
6,036 


Servian 






Unknown 


64 


13,153 


Total 1 


17,975j 


29,038,582 


18,029,384 


28,668 


7,682,253 


25,711,637 



* Included in British. 



\MERCHANT SHIPPIKa 



11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

List of Vessels whose names have been changed by Order in Council, under Section 21 
of Chapter 72 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, during the year ended December 
31, 1905. 



Present Name of Vessel. 



Port of Registry. 



Kenora 

Port Hawkesbury. 

Sarnia 

Kingston 

Winnipeg 

Parrsboro' 

Annapolis Royal . . 

Halifax 

Sarnia 

Vancouver 

Windsor, N.S 

Collingwood 



Keewatin 

Minnie 

Saronic 

Wolfe Islander 

Brandon 

Millie . 

Sadie O. Holmes 

Inverness 

Ralpli T. Holcomb 

Claxton 

Daniel M. Munro 

T. J. Jarmin _ 

Midland i Midland 

Minnie T i Sackville. . 

Wm. Hackett | Quebec . . 

City of Montreal j Toronto . . 

Gladys E. Whidden 1 Shelburne 

Temagami Toronto . . 

Ruth I Quebec . . 

Salvor 1 Victoria 

Thomas Freel Battle 

Everett G. Griggs 

Belleville 

Chicoutimi 

Cornwall 

Picton 

Frescott 

St. Irenee 

Tadousac 

Varennes 



St. Catharines 

Victoria 

Montreal 



Former Name of Vessel. 



Maple Leaf. 
Philomene D. 
United Empire. 
Tom Fawcett. 
Edna Brydges. 
Gypsum King. 
Genesta. 

Helen May Butler. 
Lincoln. 

Queen of Pacific. 

Olivia. 

Geyser. 

D. L. White. 

L. P. Churchill. 

Adriatic. 

China. 

Congo. 

Wanda. 

Arizona. 

Danube. 

F. B. Brady. 

Lord Wolseley. 

Spartan. 

Saguenay. 

Algerian . 

Corsican. 

Bohemian. 

Canada. 

Virginia. 

Cultivateur. 



Department of Marine and Fisheries, « 
Ottawa, 1906. 



F. GOURDEAU, Lt.-Col, 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



12 



MARINE AXD FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD A. 1906 



APPENDIX 2. 



TORONTOiHARBOUR COMMISSIONERS' REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

3 1st DECEMBER, 1905. 

General Balance Sheet. 




We have examined the books and vouchers and have compared the balance sheet with 
the said books and vouchers, and we certify the same to be correct and to represent a true 
statement of the affairs of the Trust at this date, 31st December, 1905. 

Adopted and ordered to be printed bv the Board. 



F. S. SPENCE, 

CJmirman. 
JAS. T. MATHEAVS, 

Vice-Chair man. 
JOHN H. G. HAGARTY, 
THOMAS L. CHURCH, Ald., 
W. S. HARRISON, M.D., Ald., 
Toronto, January 4, 1906. 



S. BRUCE HARMAN, 
SYDNEY H.- JONES, 

Avditors. 

Commissioners. 

COLIN W. POSTLETHWAITE, 

Harbou7-'^M aster. 



Profit and Loss. 



Dr. 

Solicitor's Fees | $ 10 00 

Furniture Account, written off ^ 60 00 

Commissioners' Fees, etc i 580 00 

Salaries for the year 2,539 92 

Repair Account 260 45 

Printing and Stationery 39 05 

Dredging 5,573 86 

Office expenses and rent 694 03 

Balance to Credit of Profit and Loss , 62,900 47 




Balance from Ledger 

Canadian Pacific Railway. 

Harbour Dues 

Interest on Deposit 

Interest on Debentures. . . 

Sale of Old Material 

Rent of Boat Houses 



Cr. 

; 60,542 53 
4,000 00 
7,360 97 
70 15 
557 20 
22 93 
4 00 



$72,557 78 



Audited and found correct. 



Toronto, January 4, 1906. 



S. BRUCE HARMAN, 
SYDNEY H. JONES, 

Auditors. 



TORONTO HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Receipts and Expenditure. 



13 



Receipts. 



Cash in Bank, Jan. 1, 1905. . , 

Cash in Till, Jan. I, 1905 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 

Harbour Dues 

Interest on Deposit Account.' 

Interest on Bonds 

Sale of Old Material. ....... 

Rent on Boat-house Sites 



2.855 79 
5 14 
4,000 00 
7„360 97 
70 15 
557 20 
22 93 
4 00 



$ 14,87C 18 



Expenditure. 

Solicitor's Fees 

Commissioners' Fees 

Salaries for Year 

Repair Account 

Printing and Stationery 

Dredging 

Office Expenses and Rent. . 

Cash in Bank. 

Cash in Till 



10 10 
580 00 
2.539 92 
260 45 
39 05 
5,573 86 
694 03 
5,270 11 
8 76 



$ 14,876 18 



Audited and found correct. 



Toronto, January 4, 1906. 



S. BRUCE HARMAN, 
SYDNEY H. JONES, 

Auditors. 



Comparative Statement. 
Goods arrived at the Port of Toronto during the years 1904-5. 



Description of Goods. 



General Merchandise tons 

Coal, Hard and Soft 

Lake Stone toise 

Fruit in Packages .• bbls. 

" crates 

" baskets 

" bags 

Ice V tons 

Paving and Fire Bricks 

Grain bushels 

Horses, Carriages and Cattle 

Coal Oil in Bulk .v. bbls. 



1904. 


1905. 


31,603 


42,753 


171,503 


182,453 


3,258 


3,415 


5,065 


1,327 


23,567 


18,873 


350,498 


273,566 


986 


1,460 


5,264 


6,317 


130,000 


8,375 


3,500 


18,100 


105 


201 


10,141 


18,073 



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MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII.. A. 1906 



FIFTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT. 



To the Commissioners of the Harbour of Toronto. 

Gextlemex, — I have the honour to submit my report for the year 1905. 

The harbour was clear of ice on April 5, having been frozen over for 115 days, fifteen 
days less than for 1904. There was a skin of ice on the bay on the morning of December 
12, but it quickly disappeared and there is open water at this date. 

• The first vessel to arrive was the steam barge Commodore Jarvis, loaded with sand, 
in charge of Captain Dorland, on April 4, who received the historical "hat." 

The last vessel to arrive was the SS. Neepawah, from Erie, on December 27, loaded 
with coal for Ehas Rogers Coal Company. The vessel was in charge of Captain Patenaude 
and was the latest arrival on record. 

The number of vessels arri\'ing this year is 3,332, a reduction of 66 as compared with 
last year, but there is an increase in the quantity of freight carried, showing that vessels 
of a larger carrying capacity are being employed. 

Below is a table showing a comparative statement of arrivals: — • 

Tonnage. 

1904 1905 Increase. Decrfsase. 1904. 1905. 

Propellers, loaded 446 446 . . . . ] 199,976 212,553 

light 95 102 7 . . I 

Steamships, loaded 2,-349 2,364 15 . . | 1,153,403 1,141,542 

light 4 .. .. 4 

SaiUng vessels, loaded 493 419 . . 74 

" light 11 1 10 



59,080 51,759 



3,398 3,332 22 88 1,412,459 1,405,854 

The year commenced with a cash balance of $2,860.93. The receipts for year amount 
to $12,015.25, making a total of $14,876.18. The expenses for the year amount to $9,597.31, 
leaA-ing a cash balance on hand of $5,278.87. 

The coal receipts for the year are as follows: Anthracite coal, 126,430 tons; bituminous 
coal, 56,023, a total of 182,45.3 tons, being an increase of 10,950 tons over the importations 
of 1904. 

The total quantity of coal imported into Toronto by rail and water, according to returns 
received from the Customs Department at Ottawa, is as follows: Hard coal, 553,287 tons; 
soft coal, 709,531 tons; in all, 1,262,818 tons, an increase of 2,359 tons over 1904. 

The highest water for the year was 28 inches above zero, on August 15. The low 
water mark was 3 inches below zero, on February 18. The average for the year was 12 J 
inches above zero, or six inches below the average for 1904. 

The light houses at Queen's Wharf were lighted for the first time in the spring on April 6, 
and they were discontinued on December 9. 

The buoys were placed out on April 6, and taken up on November 21. The spar 
buovs in the harbour were allowed to remain out until December 9, for the accommoda- 
tion of late arrivals. 

The International Water W^ay Committee met here on September 15. At the session 
held in the city hall on that date the harbour trust was represented by F. S. Spence, Esq 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

chairman of the Harbour Board, and the Harbour Master. The principal subject for 
enquiry was opinions regarding the proposed construction of a dam in Lake Erie at the 
source of the Niagara River. 

Mr. Kivas TuUy, who had been engineer to the harbour trust since 1853, died April 24, 
at the age of 86. The Harbour Commissioners attended the funeral, which was held on 
April 27 with Masonic honours. 

There are 69 vessels wintering at this port this year, viz.: — 11 passenger steamers, 
8 propellers, 9 steam launches, 18 schooners, 12 yachts, 8 ferry steamers and 3 steam tugs, 
in all representing about 13,842 tons register. 

Mr. R. F. Stupart, Director of the Dominion Meteorological Service, reports as follows, 
viz.: "The past autumn has been unusually stormy; there have been two heavy gales on 
Lake Ontario during October and three in November. In each intsance the gale was 
indicated by the display of the storm signals at the Queen's Wharf well in advance of the 
storm, and in most instances the weather bulletins posted in the Harbour Master's office 
and at various points along the water front forecasted the storm from twenty-four to thirty- 
six hours in advance. 

"A mast for the display of storm signals will be erected on the pier at the eastern gap 
early in the spring, and if it then seems desirable, the signals will also be displayed at the 
Queen's Wharf as hitherto. 

"During the coming season of navigation the daily forecasts will be posted at the fog 
alarm station at the eastern gap, and when storm signals are displayed, information will 
there be given as to the probable shifting of the wind. s 

Mr. J. G. Sing, Government engineer in charge, reports as follows, viz.: "The sand 
bar, 500 feet south of the eastern entrance to the piers, has slightly increased during the 
past year, and has extended somewhat further westerly. The governing depth on this 
bar is 14. 1 feet. 

"Four hundred and thirty feet of close sheet piling has been constructed on the channel 
side of the east pier, northward, commencing at the northerly end of the one thousand 
feet already completed, thus protecting the cribs from danger of undermining. The remain- 
ing one thousand feet to northward of said pier is in course of construction. 

"The greatest depth of water is in mid channel." 

At a meeting of the Commissioners held on February 7, 1905, by-law^ No. 13 was amended 
to j)rovide for the election of a vice-chairman, and Mr. Jas. T. Matthews was elected to 
fill that office. 

* - 

The precipitation for the year, as per information from Mr. R. F. Stupart, Director 
of the Meteorological Observatory in Toronto, is as follows, viz.: Rain, 25.815 inches; 
snow, reduced to water, 5,390 inches; in all, 31.205 inches, or 4^ inches less than for 1904. 

An amendment in the by-law regulating the rate of speed for steamers while in the 
waters of the harbour is contemplated and a draft by-law is now being considered by the 
Commissioners which will go into operation on the opening of navigation next spring. 

The dredging was done under contract with Mr. F. Simpson, and the following quan- 
tities have been removed, viz.: — 

On the range course at the Queen's Wharf 9,143 cubic yards. 

At Poison Iron Works' dock 7,805 " ' " 

At Church street and other slips 11,564 " " 

In all : 28,512 " 

A considerable portion of the material dredged being found fairly free from sewage 
pollution was allowed by the city health officer to be deposited on the Grand Trunk Rail- 
way water lots near the Queen's Wharf; this work was done at a cost of 15 cents per cubic 
yard. The material dumped ten miles out in the lake cost 33^ cents per cubic yard, and 
hat material less impregnated with sewage that was dumped three miles out cost 23^ cents 



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per cubic yard. It is hoped that the large quantity removed from the neighbourhood of 
Church street wharf will render further dredging at this point unnecessary for some years 
to come, while the dredging at Poison's dock is not likely ever to be repeated. 

I am, gentlemen, your obedient servant, 

COLIN WM. POSTLETHWAITE, 

Harbour Master and Secreturij 



CoMPABATiVE STATEMENT of receipts and expenditures for the years 1903, 1904, and 1905. 



Receipts. 



Expenditure. 



CP. Railway 

Harbour Dues 

Interest on Bonds.. 
Interest on Deposit 

Account 

Water Works Dept. 
Rent on Boat-house 

Sites at Don 

Sale of Old Material 



1903. ; 

I 

4,000 00 
6,791 42| 
557 20 j 

43 15: 

66 67 1 
4 OOI 



1904. 

$4,000 00 
6,756 69 
557 20 



100 00 
5 00 



Sll,462 44 Sll,418 89 



1905. 

$4,000 00 

7,369 97 

557 20 

70 15 

100 00 

4 00 

22 93 



$12,124 25 



Commissioner's and 
Auditors' Fees. . . 

Fire Insurance 

Salaries for Year. . . i 

Lights, Buoys and 
Beacons 

General Repairs. . . 

Printing and Sta- 
tionery 

Dredging 

Office expenses and 
Rent 

Furniture Account. 

Solicitor's Accoimt. 



1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


$ 1,000 00 


S 500 00 


$ 580 00 


17-50 


8 60 




2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,539 92 


203 00 


267 26 


141 50 


6,345 86 


31 30 


260 45 


54 81 


45 50 


39 05 


6,452 74 


4,239 90 


5,573 80 


575 32 


549 78 


594 03 


125 00 


8 00 








10 00 






$16,774 23 


$ 7,650 34 


$ 9,738 81 



QUEBEC PILOTAGE AT THORITY 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



17 



APPENDIX 3 

REPORT OF THE QUEBEC HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 



Quebec, February 12, 1906. 

To the Honourable 

L. P. Brodeur, 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — In comphanee with the requirements of the Act 62-63 Victoria chapter 34 (The 
Quebec Harbour Commissioners Act, 1899), I have the honour to report as follows on the 
doing of the Quebec Harbour Commissioners for the year 1905. 

CHIEF ENGINEEe's REPORT. 

The annexed report (marked "A") from the chief engineer, Mr. St. Geo. Boswell 
conveys information in regard to all matters coming under his charge in connection with 
the harbour works and the various additions and reparations made to them, and to the 
other properties of the Commissioners during the year. 

wharfinger's REPORT. 

The annexed report (marked "B") from the wharfinger, Mr. P. Flynn, gives the usual 
information regarding the number of vessels using the Louise docks, and the railway traffic 
over this portion of the Commissioners' property during 1905. 

HARBOUR master's REPORT. 

The annexed report (marked "C") from the harbour master, Mr. J. C. Sullivan, 
gives information in regard to the opening and closing of navigation, formation of ice, &c. 

PREMISES LEASED. 

Renewals of their leases for one year have been given to the following tenants : Canadian 
Import Co., Madden & Son, Ed. Conway, Julien Lapointe, Dussault & Lemieux, Quebec 
Coal Co., Jos. Gingras, T. Davidson & Co., E. M. Lennon & Co., Whitehead & Turner, 
A. R. Pruneau, J. S. Thom and F. T. Thomas. The coal bins on the Atkinson's Wharf 
were leased to R. Borland & Co., and the coal site on the Embankment previously occupied 
by Messrs. Mathieu & Glode, to the Canadian Import Co. 

REPAIRS TO PROPERTY. 

Careful attention has been paid during the year to the various properties of the Com- 
missioners to maintain them, and to keep them in good condition. Details will be found 
in the chief engineer's report. 

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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

DOCK WALLS. 

A portion of the dock w alls in the inner basin having given away on April 20, the chair- 
man on May 1 had an interview with the Right Honourable the Premier as to the steps to 
taken to overcome the diflBculty thus created at the opening of navigation, and on May 29 
a delegation of the Commissioners consisting of Messrs. W. M. Dobell, Et. Dussault and 
D. Arcand, had an interview with the Right Honourable the Premier and the Acting Minister 
of Public Works, when they submitted plans to repair the damaged part of the wall and to 
place the remaining portions of the dock walls in a state of security. 

These plans received the approval of the Government, and the Commissioners were 
authorized to call for tenders for as much of this work as could be completed with the vote 
of $362,197.58 at their disposal, first resening from this amount sufficient to secure the 
cross wall. 

Tenders were accordingly called, and a contract has been awarded and entered into 
with Messrs. M. P. and J. T. Davis of Ottawa for the work in question. 

This contract covers all the necessary work in the inner basin or wet dock, and a portion 
of the work required in the outer or tidal basin. 

A further vote of $150,000 will be required to complete the frontage in the outer or 
tidal basin, and for this the Commissioners intend to make appUcation at the coming session 
of Parliament. 

CROSS WALL. 

The Commissioners having found it necessary to strengthen the cross wall, have been 
authorized by an Order in Council to carry on the securing of this wall by day work. This 
work, which will cost in the vicinity of $50,000, and has to be carried ori during the winter 
months, will be commenced in January. 

BREAKWATER EXTENSION. 

In connection with this work, the following resolution was passed by the Commissioners 
at^their meeting of September 25: — 

Resolved, that it having been reported to the Commissioners that it is the intention of 
the Government to limit the extension now being made to the breakwater to 1,118 feet, 
they would strongly urge upon the Dominion Government and the Honourable the Minister , 
of Public Works the necessity of adhering to the original plans which gave this extension a 
length of 1,460 feet, which full extension they consider necessary and in the best interest of 
the port. 

Copies of this resolution and the chief engineer's report as to the effect of this proposed 
shortening were forwarded to the Right Honourable the Premier, the Honourable the 
Minister of Public Works, the Honourable the Minister of Justice, Mr. Wm. Power, M.P., 
and Mr. A. Lachance, M. P. 

GRAVING DOCK. 

The question of the necessity of the construction of a new graving dock, to meet the 
requirements caused by the increase in the dimensions of steamers, has been considered 
by the Commissioners, and at their meeting of September 25, the following resolution was 
passed and forwarded to the Honourable the Minister of Public Works: — 

Resolved, that the Honourable the Minister of Public Works be respectfully requested 
to take immediate steps to provide a suitable new graving dock in the harbour of Quebec 
to meet the requirements of the trade and the constantly increasing dimensions of the modern 
steamers, and the Commissioners would further respectfully suggest that, in making the 
selection of this dock site, that the advantage of having it in close proximity to the loading 
and discharging docks and railways should be taken into consideration. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

BELLECHASE TELEPHONE COMPANY. 

Permission has been given to this Company to lay their Hnes in the clear water space 
on the same conditions as have been granted to other companies. 

EXPENDITURE ON CAPITAL ACCOUNT. 

The expenditure on capital account during the year has been $49,419. 10. Particulars 
of this expenditure will be found in a statement accompanying this report, the principal 
item being $45,387.44 for preliminary expenses and contract for securing the dock walls. 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. 

The revenue of the Commissioners for the year 1905 has been $92,630.35, an increase 
of $3,327.42 over that of 1904, and the expenditure $78,321 . 42, leaving a surplus of 
$14,308.83 over working expenses and interest on $350,000 of first preference bonds. 

ACTING FOREMAN. 

During the absence in Europe of the Chairman, Mr. J. B. Laliberte, Mr. N. Rioux 
was the presiding officer, having been unanimously elected by the Board as Acting Chair- 
man. 

ICE CUTTING. 

During the winter of 1904-1905, 68,582 blocks of ice have been cut for local use. Care 
has been taken that all this ice cut for domestic purpose is perfectly pure and taken from 
localities in the harbour that have been selected after an analysis of the ice had been made. 

DEATH OF THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF MARINE AND FISHERIES. 

At the meeting of the Commissioners held on December 25 the Commissioners were 
grieved to learn of the sudden and unexpected death of the Honourable Raymond Pre- 
fontaine. Minister of Marine and Fisheries, the announcement of which was made to tha 
Board by their Chairman, Mr. J. B. Laliberte. The following resolutions were passed, 
the Board then adjourning as a mark of respect to the memory of the late Minister: — 

Moved by N. Rioux, Esq., and Geo. Tanguay, Esq., M.P.P., seconded by Etienne 
Dussault, and it is unanimously resolved, that the Quebec Harbour Commissioners have 
learned with profound regret of the sudden and unexpected death in Paris, France, on the 
25th inst., of the Honourable Raymond Prefontaine, Minister of Marine and Fisheries for 
the Dominion of Canada; that the Commissioners desire to express their appreciation of 
the great work the late Minister was doing for the improvement of the St. Lawrence route, 
and to place on record their sense of the great loss our country has suffered in his thus being 
called away in the maturity of his powers and usefulness. 

Moved by Felix Carbray, Esq., and W. M. Dobell, Esq., seconded by D. Arcand, Esq., 
that a copy of this resolution of regret be forwarded to the family of the late Honourable 
Mr. Prefontaine and to the Right Honourable Sir Wilfred Laurier, Premier of the Dominion 
of Canada, and that the Board do now adjourn as a mark of their sympathy and respect. 

To this report are annexed the various statements conveying the information yearly 
forwarded to your department, in connection with the harbour, as also a complete statement 
of the Commissioners account for the year. ^ 

I have the honour to be, sir. 

Your most obedient servant, 

JAS. WOOD, 
Secretary- Treasurer. 

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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

(A.) 

H-VRBOUR Engineer's Office, 

Quebec, January 2, 1906. 

James Wood, Esq., 

Secretary -Treasurer, 

Quebec Horbour Commissioners, 
Quebec. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit herewith the following with reference to ths various 
works in connection with the maintenance and improvement of the harbour of Quebec, 
executed bv this department during the year 1905 — 

NEW' W'ORK. 

A contract was awarded to Messrs M. P. and J. T. Davis, contractors, on July 26 last, 
for the construction of a new quay front to the embankment in the wet dock, and for 322 
hneal feet of new quay frontage in the tidal harbour. The new frontage in the wet dock 
will increase the available depth of water for vessels at this frontage from 19 feet to a mini- 
mum of 25 feet, and will add some 110,000 superficial feet for the quay surface, available 
for coal and other goods. The 322 feet of new quay frontage in the tidal harbour will 
afiFord a berth with a depth of 30 feet of water at low tide, as against a present depth of 
only 24 feet. 

The progress made on the above mentioned work has been that in the wet dock a length 
of 648 feet of foundation cribwork has been sunk in position, and partly filled with stone, 
and that for the tidal harbour wall, one of the foundation cribwork blocks has been com- 
pleted ready for sinking, but has not been placed in position. 

The construction of a new embankment quay wall in the wet dock and tidal harbour 
was decided upon, owing to the fact that the present wall had for some years past shown an 
ever increasing degree of weakness, so much so that a portion was condemned, and finally 
collapsed in April last, and also on account of the very limited depth of water alongside the 
present quay wall, which was quite inadequate for the berthing of modern steamships. 

Plans for the new quay wall were consequently prepared, and after the condition of 
affairs had been examined into by two engineers specially appointed for the purpose by the 
Federal Government were approved of, and the necessary authorization for carrj'ing out 
the work granted. 

The strengthening of the cross wall by means of tie rods, which was decided upon in 
conjunction with the work above mentioned, is now about to be commenced by days work. 

GENERAL WORK AND REPAIRS. 

In order to allow of the water being retained in the wet dock, it was necessary to protect 
the embankment from scour opposite the break in the dock wall; for this purpose a bulk 
head of close 12 inch pile was constructed round the break; this work necessitated the 
driving of 654 lineal feet of piling to a depth of 30 feet below coping level, and was com- 
pleted on June 11 last by days labour. 

A new railway connection betw een the main line and the track in front of shed No. 20 
has been laid down; and the railway line generally kept in a good state of repair. 

To meet the views of the immigration and custom house officers, a new fence with 
the necessar}' gates has been erected between the breakwater and the embankment proper, 
on the understanding that the above named officers would take charge of the gates and 
control the traffic on the breakwater during the landing of passengers from ocean steam- 
ships. 

The foundation of the embankment railway car weigh house has been renewed and 
the building repaired and painted. 



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A number of new fenders have been placed along the face of the northern cribwork, 
and the embankment property as a whole kept in a good state of repair. 

The offices and sample room in the building No. 4, occupied by Messrs. T. Davidson 
& Co., have been repaired and painted, and the old windows have been replaced by new 
ones with large plate glass lights. 

Two new and well lit offices have been constructed for Messrs. E. M. Lennon & Co. 
in the Quebec Harbour Commissioners building No. 8. 

A new floor and double doors have been placed in the office occupied by Mr. Jos. Gin- 
gras, in the building No. 5, and the interior of the office painted. 

The cribwork foundation of store No. 11 having been found to be in a very decayed 
condition, has been renewed. 

One of the large rooms in the cold store has been divided by an insulated partition, 
as it was found that the accommodation for various classes of goods was insufficient. 

The foundation of the cross wall weigh-house has been repaired and the scales put in 
good order. 

A 7-foot in diameter round floating fender has been placed on the river front of the 
Point-a-Carcy wharf at the junction of the old and new work, to protect vessels from the 
the projection on the old face. 

The Wellington, East India, Marmettes, Atkinson and Raynards wharfs have been 
kept in good repair; the repairs consisting essentially in renewing fenders, wharf planking, 
and mooring posts, and the macadam approaches to the Grand Trunk Railway ferry land- 
ing. 

The cross wall draw-bridge was operated for the first time, the past season, on March 31, 
and for the last time on December 4. 

The water was retained in the wet dock for the first time on June 12 and for the last 
time on December 1, on which date the gates were allowed to remain open and were secured 
for the winter. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

ST. GEO. BOSWELL. 

Chief Engineer. 

(B.) 

^ Quebec Harbour Commissioners Office. 

Quebec, January 2, 1906. 

James Woods, Esq., 

Secretary -Treasurer, 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners, 
Quebec. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit the following with reference to the traffic of the St. 
Charles docks and wharfs, showing the number of vessels, their registered tonnage, amount 
and description of the cargo landed and shipped from those docks during the season of 1905. 

Imvards. 

263 vessels 891,646 tons register. 
17,180 tons general cargo. 
7,460 tons cement. 
6.200 tons sah. 

1,827 tons grain. pr 

3,356 tons molasses. 

140,008 tons bituminous coal. 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

« Outwards. 

86 vessels 245,112 tons register. 
5,819 tons general cargo. 
19,260 tons pulp. 
2,517 tons grain. 
1,880 heads cattle. 
19,121 P. S. lumber. 

ANTHRACITE COAL TRAFFIC. 

77 barges landed 23,753 tons. 

LOWER PORT STEAMERS. 

72 vessels 20,567 tons register. 

Landed 753 tons general. 

Shipped 2,503 tons general. 
87 barges shipped 1 1 ,943 cords pulp wood. ' 
83 barges shipped 179,881 ties. 
7 barges landed 190,700 bushels of grain. 

VESSELS IN DISTRESS USING THE DOCKS. 

SS. Wast Water having been ashore on the west point of Anticosti came back to Quebec, 
having been surveyed and found to be all right proceeded to sea. 

SS. Victorian having been ashore a little above Cap a la Roche, after having been 
floated came into the basin and landed cargo, having made temporary repairs, shipped a 
part cargo and proceeded to sea. 

SS. Virginian having been ashore at Crane Island after being floated came up 
to Louise Basin where she discharged the balance of her cargo then went over to the dry 
dock at Levis to be repaired, after having been repaired came back to Louise Basin where 
she shipped a full cargo and proceeded to sea. 

SS. Euphemia went on her way to sea with a full cargo from Montreal collided with 
the ss. Tordenskjold, also having a full cargo of coal for Montreal, the collision occurred a 
little above St. Antoine. The Euphemia came into the Louise dock where she discharged 
a part of her cargo, then went across to the dry dock at Levis where she was repaired, came 
back to the Louise dock, reloaded and proceeded to sea. 

SS. Tordenskjold also having been damaged by the ss. Euphemia, came back and dis- 
charged her cargo of coal at the Dominion Coal Company's plant, then went across to 
Davie's dock where she received a temporary repair and then proceeded to New York to 
undergo a general repair. 

During the past season the different ocean mail steamers landed 84,000 passengers at 
the immigration station, Louise dock, who were forwarded to their future homes by the 
different railway companies. 

No record has been kept of cabin passengers. 

There are wintering on the Louise dock 18,000 Quebec standard of lumber, besides 
coal, railway ties, timber, &c., &c. 

During the past season spaces were rented at low rates for storage of coal landed and 
removed from the water front. 

The surface trafiic has required the employment of 6,571 cars. 

There are stored in the different freight sheds salt, cement, &c., &c., which the owners 
are obliged to remove before the opening of navigation, viz: — 
1,878 tons cement. 
2,500 tons coal. 
4,300 tons salt. 
1,600 tons pulp. 
1,320 squares lumber. 



QUEBEC HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS 23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 ' 

The Dom Coal Co. have 12,000 tons coal stored on space rented to them, and the 
Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co. 4,000 tons on the cross wall. 

The docks are occupied during the winter season by a large number of vessels of various 
tonnages, where they find safe quarters to the opening of navigation. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 

P. FLYNN. 

Wharfinger. 

(C.) 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners Offices. 

Quebec, January 2, 1906. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit the following with reference to the harbour for the 
year 1905. 

Navigation was open in the harbour all winter. 

Tug Corine was working in the harbour up to January 28. 

The ice in the wet dock broke up on March 31. 

First steamer from Louise Basin outward, ss. Druid, on March 30. 

Bat. schooner Caron under sail from lower provinces arrived in the harbour on March 25. 

Ice in Tidal Basin broke up on March 31. 

Bat. schooner Caron with full general cargo left under full sail for lower parishes on 
April 7. 

Ice in the north channel broke up on April 19. 
St. Charles River ice broke up on April 12. 
Navigation was general with sailing crafts on April 12. 

SS. King Edward first steamer left the harbour with general cargo and passengers for 
the Gulf of St. Lawrence on April 12. 

Government ss. Druid left for lower St. Lawrence with buoys, &c., on April 19. 
Cap Rouge ice passed down on April 20. 

Steamers Campana and Gaspesien left for Montreal on April 25. 

First Richeleiu and Ontario Navigation Co. ss. Murray Bay from Montreal arrived in 
the harbour on x\pril 26. 

First Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co. ss. Murray Bay left the harbour for Mont- 
real on April 27. 

SS. Polino first outward steamer left the harbour with passengers and a full general 
cargo from St. Johns, Newfoundland, on April 12. 

All pontoons were placed in position in the harbour on April 24. 

The first royal mail and passenger steamer, Allan ss. Ionian, arrived in the harbour 
on May 2. 

The first steamer ss. Cape Breton from Sydney with coal arrived in the harbour on 
May 9. 

The first ocean steamer from Europe with coal, ss. Atbara, arrived in the harbour on 
May 5. 

The first royal mail passenger and freight steamer Allan line ss. Ionian left the harbour 
on May 5. 

The first Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamer Tadousac left the har- 
bour for the Saguenay on April 29. 

On August 11 the second cruiser squadron, H. S. H. Prince of Battenburg commanding, 
arrived and anchored in the harbour, the following vessels composing the fleet: — H, M. S. 
Drake (flag ship), Bedford, Berwick, Cornwall, Cumberland and Essex. 



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No ballast was discharged in the harbour during the past season. 

In addition to the routine work of the harbour and the office, three hundred and sixty- 
four (364) ocean sea going vessels have been berthed in the Louise docks, breakwater and 
Point-a-Carcy wharfs. 

The limits of the clear water space opposite the city are iudicated at light by red lights 
and in day time by sign boards. 

The last ocean royal mail steamer Allan ss. Tunisian with mails and passengers left 
the harbour on November 18. 

SS. Numidian last ocean Allan passenger and freight steamer left the harbour on 
November 24. 

The last Richelieu and Ontario Navigation steamer ss. Chicoutimi arrived from the 
Saguenay on November 27. ' 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Steamship lines Lake Michigan left the harbour with 
passengers and a full general cargo on December 4. 

The ice in the wet dock formed on December 6. 

The ss. Polino with a coal cargo arrived in the harbour on December 2, and after dis- 
charging cargo went into winter quarters in Louis Basin on December 8. 
The ice in the Tidal Basin formed on December 8. 
The, ice in the St. Charles River formed on December 17. 

Up to date the ice connecting the Island of Orleans with the mainland had not taken. 

Notices have been posted in suitable localities warning parties from discharging rubbish 
of any kind in the harbour, docks, &c., and every precaution is being taken to prevent any 
violation of the regulations of the Commissioners in that respect. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. C. SULLIVAN, 

Harbour Master. 

QUEBEC HARBOUR COMMISSION. 

Expenditure on capital account during 1905: — 

Office furniture 

Tools account 

St. Charles' docks and wharfs. .. 

Wellington wharf 

Cold storage warehouse 

• Securing dock walls 

Preliminary repairs and expenses 

Account, contract 

Contingencies 

Cross wall, securing and bolting 

49,419 10 



$ 130 00 

149 18 

3,020 99 

403 54 

30 80 

14,535 29 
28,779 54 
2,072 61 

45,387 44 

297 15 



Harbour Commissioners' Office, 
Quebec, January 2, 1906. 

1 



JAS. WOODS, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



QUEBEC HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

QUEBEC HARBOUR COMMISSION. 



2£ 



Comparative Statement of the Revenue of the Commissioners for the years 1904 and 1905. 



Tonnage dues 

Import dues 

Export dues 

Harbour dues 

Earnings of docks, wharfs and stores 

Cold storage 

Beach and deep water lots 

Interest v 

Sundries 



1904. 



cts. 



8,227 
5,372 
2,797 
2,236 
63,047 
5,402 03 
1,151 24 
1,025 81 
43 00 



06 
38 
78 
42 
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89,302 83 



1905. 



$ cts. 

9,931 74 

5,333 31 

3,050 99 

2,255 67 

65,638 01 

5,096 43 

1,137 39 

164 71 

22 00 



92,630 25 



Difference in 1905. 



$ cts. 

1.704 68 
39 07 
253 21 
19 
2,590 
305 60 
13 85 
861 10 
21 00 



25 
90 



Increase. 
Decrease. 
Increase. 



Decrease. 



3,327 42 Increase. 



Harbour Commissioners' Office, 
Quebec, January 2, 1906. 



JAS. WOODS, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

To the Chairman and Commissioners, 

Quebec Harbour Commission, 
Quebec. 



Gentlemen, — We beg to report that we have examined the books and vouchers of 
the commission for the year ending December 30, 1905, and we have the honour to inform 
you that we found same accurate and in good order. 

In our audit, the Secretarj^-Treasurer, Mr. Jas. Woods, afforded us every facility in 
his power to expedite our work, and to whom we tender our thanks. 

A. J. MESSERVEY, 
J. B. LEBRUN, 

Auditors. 



Quebec, March 6, 1906. 



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THREE RIVERS HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



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APPENDIX 4 



REPORT OF THE HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS OF THREE RIVERS FOR 
THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Three Rivers, March 12, 1906. 

To F. GOURDEAU, Lt.-Col., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to forward herewith, for the information of the Hon. the 
Minister of Marine and Fisheries, statements of receipts and disbursements of the Harbour 
Commissioners of Three Rivers, for the year ending December 31, 1905. Statement of 
trade and navigation of the port during the same year will be transmitted shortly. 

Yours very respectfully, 

GEORGE BALCER, 

Secretary. 



COMMISSIONERS. 



p. A. Drolet, Esq., Chairman. 



Henry E. Hart, Esq., 
P. A. Gouin, Esq., 



Jos. L. Fortin, Esq., 
Jos. F. Bellefeuille, Esq. 



Geo. Balcer, Secretary. 



Notwithstanding the constant remarkable increase in the industrial development of 
this section of the country, the season 1905 again continued disappointing in so far as our 
ocean traffic was concerned. And exactly as the year before, the same factors brought 
, about the same results, viz.: — a further falling off in the export of lumber — a condition 
which we shared with quite a number of other ports and for which we cannot be held respon- 
sible — then the old and not the less valid complaint regarding the poor railroad connec- 
tions between the more important centres of production in the district and our deep water 
wharfs, and, finally, lack of proper organization and sufficient accommodation for hand- 
ling larger quantities of freight. The last hindrance, chiefly due to the neglect and apathy 
of the general public in regard to the vital question of transportation via the St. Lawrence 
route — entailing the unfourtnate delay in the construction of works already under con- 
tract and postponement of other equally indispensable and pressing harbour improve- 
ments. 

Without taking into consideration the future and the damaging influence upon pending 
interests and enterprises, the unavoidable stagnancy and obstruction resulting from such 
a situation disclosed the further curious fact that riot only our pulp and paper, our dairy 
and agricultural products and products of other manufactures are prevented from using 
our harbour, but during last season some of our lumber actually left our mills by barges 
for Quebec and Montreal for regular transhipment in outgoing steamers. A relic, alas, 
of the modus operaiidi of bygone days, when time and labour were no consequence, when 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

there was as yet no question of a mighty Dominion and still less mighty progress, and which 
in this our period of intense development and rapid moves we certainly did not expect to 
see revived in a port like Three Rivers. 

At all events, only 60 seagoing vessels with 131,600 tons, against 7.5 with 167,700 tons 
in 1904, and 106 vessels and 252,400 tons in 1903— registered in 1905. Of that number, 
53 moored at our wharfs and 7 at the outports, 47 vessels carried the bulk of the 31,500,000 
feet. Lumber valued at $562,000, which formed our export of lumber by sea; in quantity 
a little below, but in value slightly above last year's figures. With but one or two excep- 
tions all the cargoes went to Great Britain. 

Of pulp and paper, only 1,437 tons, out of a production exceeding the hundred thousand 
tons and valued at several million dollars, were direcly shipped from our port, another proof 
of the aVjsurd conditions prevaihng and of what has yet to be accomplished before we can 
even meet the requirements of a purely local traflSc. And here we may further note that 
quite recently the Laurentide Paper Company, at Grand Mere, extended their works so 
as to materially increase their output, and at Shawinigen the Belgo-Canadian Company 
are engaged adding a new paper plant to their original pulp mill._ 

Of the products of other industries, — aluminum, carbide, &c., — the steady develop- 
ment of which is equally remarkable — not a sign yet. Even the raw materials and fuel 
required by the different establishments steer shy of our harbour. AVith the exception of 
sulphur for the paper mills, pig iron for our pipe foundry, and iron ore for Radnor forges, 
the chemicals, mineral and other stuff imported from abroad, and nearly the total coal 
supy)ly for the factories along the St. Maurice, were carried by way of Quebec and MontreaD 
And the reason for so continuing? Always the same insufficient harbour accommodation, 
want of proper shelter and space for pihng and storing purposes. Then the keenly felt 
absence of direct communication between the different localities and our port, incurring 
loss of time and extra labour and possible injury to goods and inerchandise: in short, con- 
stant trouble and annoyance for the shipper and manufacturer and an exaggerated increase 
in the cost of transportation. 

And aU this in spite of the exceptional advantages nature has so liberally provided — 
a harbour second to none, with facilities unknown in other ports; immense water powers 
following in rapid succession and in close proximity to the more important fields of opera- 
tion, and forests, with a supply of lumber almost inexhaustible. This year's cut in the St. 
Maurice region alone will amount to about five million logs, not to speak of the various 
products of our field and farms for export and other resources a near future may have in 
store for us. 

Fortunately, discouraging as the situation may appear, a change for the better is not 
far off. If, for instance, our imports of coal have also suffered a serious reduction, the 
recent arrangement with the Dominion Coal Company of Sydney, and actual erection by 
that company upon our wharves of a discharging plant capable of handling 150,000 tons 
per season, will soon bring ample compensation. /The St. Maurice Valley Railway, which, 
at last, commenced work in September, will have its road in working order for operation 
early next fall, and so remove one of the greatest drawbacks w^have had to contend with 
for years. Instead of a round about journey over two rival lines, under most trying circum- 
stances and obstruction worthy the reputation of any railway company, the trip occupying 
the greater portion of the day — we will, in less than an hour's time, be able to reach Shaw- 
inigan and vice versa, the distance being only 21 miles." ' Regular traffic will then be estab- 
lished and no longer discriminating tariffs compel our freight to look to other outlets. And 
what a tourist traffic this new route will be able to develop, when the thousands and thousands 
of American and Canadian visitors who annually flock to Quebec and the Saguenay, will 
know they can include in their round trip — in the easiest possible manner and with the 
greatest comfort — by far the most- interesting sight after Niagara their journey can afford, 
the marvellous and imposing and probably unique Falls of Shawinigan. 

On the other hand the construction of the big wharf in the western section of the harbour, 
slow as its progress has been, is happily now so far advanced that at least one berth for a 
steamer of the largest size will be ready by opening of na\'igation. This wall enable the 
Canadian Pacific Comj|^ny to execute at once part of our long delayed programme and 



THREE RIVERS HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS 



33 



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prepare for the regular shipping of live stock from our port. A visit of inspection, last fall, 
by representatives of the foremost firms interested in the trade, fully vouch for its success. 
The bulk of the north-western cattle will lead in this new departure for shipping live stock 
from Canada on far more economical, more rational and safer and consequently more 
humane principles. 

A second of the four berths the new wharf will provide will be ready by June. This 
will give about one-half, say 1 ,000 feet frontage of solid concrete wall with a uniform depth 
of 30 feet below extreme water mark, and top surface of not less than 200,000 square feet. 
With the necessary cattle pens, and general freight sheds erected upon the grounds — the 
whole connected with the main Canadian Pacific Railway line by way of the projected 
cattle and freight export yard in the 'Commune' — sufficient accommodation for at least 
a portion of the export and import trade of the Dominion (we confidently expect to make 
use of our port) will then be provided for. 

As to the transactions with the United States, the progress of late has been fully sus- 
tained. The same products have been exchanged, the same market supplied. If, how- 
ever, the value of our exports only equalled last year's figure — the transport traflBc once 
more made a wonderful stride. Not less that 1019 canal boats arrived, against 753 in 1904 
and 468 in 1903, thus breaking every record of former years. No doubt the increase is 
due to the rather unexpected rise in our export of lumber to the United States, which reached 
last year over 28,000,000 feet, as against 10,000,000 in 1904, equalling in nearly quantity 
our export to Great Britain, which, in 1905, did not exceed 30,000,000 feet. 

With the continuous carrying by river craft the bulk of our pulpwood and a revival 
in the lumber trade with our neighbours; with the regular increase in the consumption of 
anthracite coal and a growing demand for raw materials for manufacturing purposes, the 
coasting traflic between our port and district and the United States will stand a good chance 
to maintain its present activity^ 

GEORGES BALCER, 

Secretary. 

Three Rivers, March 20, 1906. 

Statement of Number and Tonnage of Steamers and Sailing Vessels entered inward and 
outward of the port and outports of Three Rivers, for the year ended 1905. 



OCEAN TRAFFIC. 



Return of Vessels Inward. 


No. 


Tons. 


Re?.urn of Vessels Outward. 


No. 


Tons. 


Total arrivals 


60 


131,632 




60 


131,632 








59 
1 


130,288 
1,344 




59 
1 


130,288 
1,344 










PORT OF THREE RIVERS. 


Nationality. 


Cleared for, via. 




43 
3 
3 
1 


106,729 
5,268 
4,395 
463 




12 
38 
2 
1 


13,874 
93,509 
12,018 
1,344 


















53 


120,745 


53 


120,745 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Statement of Number and Tonnage of Steamers and Sailing Vessels, &c. — Concluded. 

LAKE ST. PETER: PIERREVILLE-LOUISEVILLE. 





2 


3,069 
1,426 


To Great Britain 


3 


4,495 




1 








3 


4,495 




3 


4,495 


OUTPORT: BATISCAN. 




2 


3,692 
2.700 


To Great Britain 


4 


6,392 




2 








4 


6.392 ' 

1 






6,392 



UNITED ST.\TES TRAFFIC. 



Port of Three Rivers, United States Canal boats 
Outports 





Number. 


Tonnage. 




665 


66,740 
17,475 




354 




1,019 


84,215 



INLAND TRAFFIC. 



Bateaux not registered 

Schooners and barges • 

Tugs and steamboats 

(Exclusive of Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co. steamers, local craft and market 
boats. ) 




RECAPITULATION. 





60 
1,019 
147 


131,632 
84,215 
19,143 








1,226 


234,990 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Recapitulation. 



37 



RECEIPTS. 



Commissioner's Office. 

Tonnage dues $ 463 45 

Harbour dues inward. 226 20 

outwards 691 99 

Commutation 850 50 

Rent of wharf and 

moorage 719 91 

$ 2,952 05 

Custom House. 

Tonnage dues $ 2,920 55 

Harbour dues inward. 2,811 71 
outwards 2,696 03 

Moorage 687 50 

$9,115 79 



Total collection 112,067 84 

Proceeds from: Adjusted claims 3,863 36 

Debentures sold and 

in hand $7,000 00 

Note discoimted 1,000 00 

$ 8,000 00 

Deposit in bank and cash, Jan. 1, 1905 9,060 60 



$32,991 80 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Administration. 

Current expenses $ 459 50 

Salaries & com'sion. 3,588 47 

Rent 220 00 

Printing & stationery 40 55 

S 4,308 52 

Disbursement on Revenue. 

Repairs and general 

harbour expenses. $ 546 06 
Interest on debent'es 8,750 41 

Sinking fund 1,735 00 

$10,485 41 

Total expenses on revenue $15,339 99 



Disbursement on Capital. 

Construction of Panneton-Cor- 

poration wharf 6,972 90 

Deposit in bank and cash, Dec. 

30, 1905 $5,178 91 

Debentures in hand 5,500 00 

$10,678 91 



$32,991 80 



Memo. — The arrears of interest due on debt to Dominion Government is not included in this statement. 

GEORGES BALCER, 

Secretary -Treasurer. 



« 



38 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD Vll., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 5 



REPORT OF THE HARB(5UR COMMISSIONERS OF PICTOU, N.S., FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

PiCTOU, N.S., January 24, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour of enclosing account of Pictou Harbour Commissioners. 

. Your obedient servant, 

HENRY G. IVES, 

Secretai^y. 

Statement of Harbour Dues account for the year ending December 31, 1905. 



1904. 
Dec. 31. 
1905. 



1905. 
Dec. 30 . 



Receipts. 

Balance in Bank of Nova Scotia 

Harbour dues collected during year ending December 31, 1905 (37,757 
tons at 1^ cents) 

Disbursements. 

Paid salary of Harbour Master, Cap*. James A. Eraser, during the year 

ending December 31. 1905 

Deposited to credit of Harbour Commissioners 

Balance in Bank of Nova Scotia 



$ cts. 
125 00 

566 35 



300 00 

266 35 



125 00 



$ cts. 



691 35 



691 35 



R. P. FRASER, 

Collector of Customs. 

Pictou, N.S. 



I 



PICrOU UARliOUR COMiJISl^IONERS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

PicTOU Harbour Commissioners, in account with Henry G. Ives, Secretary. 



39 



1905. 



Jan. 
July 



14. 
14. 
18. 

April 22. 
May 6. 
11. 
13. 
5. 
13. 
15. 
17. 
7. 
29. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
5. 
9. 
20. 
31. 
31. 
31. 



1905. 
Jan. 1 . 
Dec. 31. 



June 



July 

April 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



31. 
31. 



Dr. 

To E. M. Macdonald's account 

Hector McLean, work at wharf 

Plank for wharf 

Barry Bros, account 

Wm. McLean, putting up balla.st buoy 

Wm. Mcljean, bushing to East River 

Joseph Graham, Deputy Harbour Commissioner. . . 

Wm. McLean, landing buoy 

Placing buoys SS. Arcadia 

Thos. Head, painting buoys 

Two iron buoys 

Thos. Eraser, bushing West River, etc 

S. W. Campbell, repairs baUast buoys 

Pumping buoy 

Repairs New Glasgow wharf 

Bushing East River ' 

Hector McLean, at wharf ) 

SS. Arcadia, lifting buoys 

William McLean 

Secretary's salary 

Deposit Receipt No. 2,773 

Deposit Receipt No. 2,772 

Balance in Bank of Nova Scotia 



Or. 



By Balance per account. 

Deposit receipt 

Interest 



.S2,971 
77 



94 
89 



Deposit receipt $1,278 55 

Interest 33 50 



Deposited by collector. 



By Balance in Bank of Nova Scotia. 



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• 8 47 

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1 00 
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3 00 
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9 00 
6 21 
1 00 
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3 05 
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8 00 
100 00 
1,312 05 
3,049 83 
449 40 



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3,049 83 



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5,243 24 



449 40 



HENRY G. IVES, 

Secretary. 

Si , — I beg leave to enclose you a statement of the harbour dues account at this port 
for the year ending December 31, 1905. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



R. P. ERASER, 

Collector of Customs. 



MAJtlNE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 6 

REPORT OF THE HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS OF NORTH SYDNEY FOR 
THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

North Sydney, N.S., February 23, 1906. 

Col. F. Gourdeau 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — ^The Harbour Commissioners of this port beg to hand you herewith a statement 
of receipts and expenditure for the year ending December 31, 1905, together with a report 
of the shipping; the quantity of coal shipped and iron ore imported 

Your obedient servant, 

WM. HACKETT, 

Secretary. 



Coal shipments, 1905: Tuns. 

Dominion Coal Co., Ltd 1,325,000 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., Ltd 398,132 

Iron ore importations, 1905: 

Dominion Iron and Steel Co., Ltd 400,773 

Nova Scotia Steel and Iron Co 114,366 

Lime stone imported: 

Dominion Iron and Steel Co., Ltd 232,415 

List of shipping arrived at the Sydneys during 1905: 

Ocean steamers 767 1,035,450 

Coasting steamers 217 97,650 

Barks 5 3,593 

Brigs 1 243 

Barkentines 6 1,502 

Brigantines 9 1,343 

Schooners 1,274 89,180 



40 



Navigated by 46,047 men. 



2,279 



1,228,921 



NORTH SYDNEY HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS 41 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Harbour Commissioners Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the year ending 

December 31, 1905. 



1905. 



Jan. 1 

May 1 

June 2 

" 30 

July 31 

Sept. 1 

Oct. 2 

Nov. 1 

Dec, 30 



Receipts. 



cts. 



Amount on hand 

Received harbour dues. 



646 28 
157 82 
281 12 
420 53 
384 34 
393 04 
337 31 
395 37 
543 74 



1905. 



3,559 55 



May 
June 

(1 
(( 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 
Nov. 

Dec. 



Expenditure. 



April 1 Paid J. D. McNeil, survey. 



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11 
12 
19 
22 

6 
17 
17 

6 
17 
24 

4 

6 
12 
28 
21 
25 
25 
25 
21 
21 
21 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 



Labour, breakwater. 

Tug Merrimac 

Labour, breakwater. 



Schr. Albani, ballast 

J. D. McNeil 

Brigt. Amy Louise, ballast. . . . 
Laurence Petersen, acct. boat. 
Labour, breakwater 



Record, printing 

Telegrams. 

Record, printing 

Labour, breakwater. 



S. Salter, lumber 

Telegram 

Labour, breakwater 

R. Musgrave, iron work..^. . . . 
Schr. E. Layr, ballast — ^. . . . 

M. W. Lawlor . 

P. J. McDonald 

Joseph McPherson 

Joseph Shean, harbourmaster. 

Rent 

Wm. Hackett 

Balance on hand 



F. J. McDonald. 

M. W. LAWLOR, 
WM. HACKETT, 

Harbour Commissioners. 



North Sydney, C.B., 

February 23, 1906. 



42 M ARISE AXD FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 7 

REPOllT OF THE HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS OF BELLEVILLE FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Belleville, Canada, April 12, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa, 

Sir, — Enclosed I beg to hand you report of the harbour master for the year 1905, and 
also of Board of Harbour Commissioners for 1904 and 1905, and to April 12, 1906. 

Very truly yours, 

DAVID PRICE. 

Chairman Harbour Commissioners. 

Belleville, December 31, 1905. 

To the Honourable 

The Minister of Marine and Fisheries, i 
Ottawa, Canada. 

Sir, — The undersigned harbour master of the city of Belleyille begs to submit the 
following report for the year 1905. 

Navigation opened in Belleyille harbour on April 15, and closed on December 1. 



Import dues on 938,000 M. feet lumber $ 46 90 

618 cedar posts 78 

15,985 tons coal 1,598 50 

" 1,487 tons merchandise 148 70 

395,000 M. laths ' 9 79 

235,000 M. shingles 7 05 

" 109 cords hard wood 5 45 

280 tons pottery clay 16 80 

40 tons sand. *....'. 4 00 

1,837 97 



Expenses for wood and buoys $ 18 80 

Export dues on 631 tons cheese $ 63 10 

1,18U tons merchandise 118 15 

8,478 bush, grain 10 62 

73,542 logs, &c: 398 31 

145,000 brick 7 25 



597 43 



BELLKVILLE HARBOUR COM ISSIONERS 43 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Dues collectfd during the season are as follows: 

Total amount derived from imports $ 1,837 97 

exports 597 43 

$2,435 40 

The amount of dues from exports show less; a slight decrease from last year on account 
>f less logs and cheese. 

The dues from imports is slightly increased. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



SYD. VANDERVOORT. 

Harbour Master. 



44 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the Belleville Harbour Board for 1904 and 

1905, and to April 12, 1906. 



Receipts. 



To Cash in Bank, January 1, 1904. 

Harbour dues 



Disbursements. 



By Paid D. Collins, salary 

T. S. Carman, advertising. 
D. Collins, salary 



The Rathbun Co 

Removing ice 

D. Collins, salary 

J. W. Walker, rope 

Placing buoys 

Repairing wall on park. 

D. Collins, salary 

T. S. Carman 

J. V. Ross 

T. HaiTis 

W. Stewart 

N. Donovan 

J. W. Walker 

J. W. Loudon 

D. Collins, salary 

Mrs. D. Collins, salary. . 



cts. 



To Balance from June 23, 1904. 



50 00 

6 50 
50 00 
50 00 
10 45 
17 00 
50 00 

3 60 
3 00 

22 70 
50 00 

7 00 
42 00 

23 25 

19 60 
102 50 

20 35 
85 

50 00 
50 00 



cts. 



Audited by 

T. Thomson, 

Auditor. 



. BELLEVILLE HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



45 



1904 

July 12. 
Aug. 11. 
Sept. 9. 
Oct. 10. 
Nov. 9. 
Dec. 10. 



1904. 



July 



1905. 

Dec. 22. 
Jan. 23 . 

'• 23. 
Mar. s! 

" 27. 
May 9. 
" 19. 
20. 
20. 
6. 
13. 
15. 
" 22. 

22. 
" 29 
Sept. , 1 '. 
8. 

" 19. 
Oct. 18. 
Nov. 11. 

" 17. 
Dec. 22. 

" 22. 

" 28. 



Harbour dues. 



Interest on Savings Bank. 



Expenditure. 



July 


2. . 




7. . 




22. . 




6. . 


Aug. 


3. . 


1 1 


3. . 


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11. . 


l« 


23 . 


(4 


26. . 


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9. . 


44 


17. . 




22. . 




23. . 




24. . 


Oct. 


11. . 


1 


22. . 


Nov. 


22. . 




22. . 


Dec. 


2. . 


(4 


7. . 




15. . 




22. . 




22. . 


1905. 


May 


9.. 


1905. 


May 


9. . 


June 


16. . 


July 


11. . 


Aug. 


22. . 


Sept. 


8.. 


Oct. 


9] ;i 


Nov. 


11. . 


Dec. 


19. . 



By Paid T. Thomson 

W. P. Clarke 

Mayor Chown, and delegate to Ottawa. 

Capt. Vandecvoort, salary 

T. S. Carman 

" Geo. Leavens 

E. J. Butler 

Tisdale & Dewsbury 

Harbour Master, salary 

T. S. Carman, billheads 

Postage, Ac 

Mrs. Johnston, rent 

Harbour master, salary 

T. S. Carman 

Geo. Kelly 

The Schuster Co 

Harbour master, salary 

The Schuster Co 

Harbour Master, salary 

R. Templeton & Co. . 

Placing buoys back 

Intelligencer Pub. Co 

Mrs. Johnston, rent 

Harbour master, salary 



To Harbour dues. 



To Harbour dues. 



Interest 

Harbour dues. 



Interest. 



Expenditure. 



To Paid Capt. Vandervoort, salary for year 

R. Thomson, rent 

City treasurer, rent 

J. W. Walker 

Removing ice, City of Belleville. . . . 

Clarke & Cordon, buoys 

John Cordon 

T. S. Carman 

Sundry accounts 

Mrs. Johnston, rent 

J. Carr 

Alex. Tisdale 

John Cordon 

Various accounts 

J. V. Ross 

C. Donovan 

J. W. Loudon 

Quinlan & Robertson, on account. . 

For wood 

Quinlan & Robertson, on account.. 

Mrs. Johnston, rent 

Quinlan & Robertson, on account. . 
R. Thomson, rent 



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129 57 
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158 82 



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768 53 
386 25 
628 78 

57 60 
192 83 

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166 35 

92 47 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



50 00 
1,000 00 
50 00 
50 00 



10,239 85 
273 79 
58 43 

; 10,572 07 

Cash balance. ?332 22 . | 



Audited April 12, 1906 

By Thos. Thomson, 

Auditor. 

DAVID PRICE, . 
Chairman of Harbour Board. 



1906. 

Jan. 22 . 

•' 30. 

Feb. 22. 

Mar. 22 . 



To Paid Capt. Vandervoort, salary 

Quinlan & Robertson, on account 
Harbour master, salary 

By Cash in ordinary bank book 

in savings bank book 



MONTREAL HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



47 



APPENDIX 8 

REPORT OF THE HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS OF MONTREAL FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Montreal, October 5, 1906. 

Col. F. Gourdeau, ^ 
Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the Harbour Commissioners of Montreal, to 
forward herewith for the information of the Honourable the Minister of Marine and Fisheries 
summarized statement of the operations of the corporation for the year ended December 31, 
1905. 

The harbour revenue was $364,701,61, an increase of $35,498.02 over that of the 
previous year, made up as follows: imports, $19,791.83; exports, $14,277.84; local wharf- 
ages, $1,359 . 19; rentals, &c., $69.16. 

The revenue from the grain elevator was $12,423.53, it being the first year that it was 
in operation for the full jieriod. 

The cost of management, maintenance and repairs was $117,784, a decrease from 
that of the previous year of $22,095 .50. The interest on loans was $294,764. 12, of which 
$254,278.65 for harbour improvements, $21,402.75 for the grain elevator, and $19,082.72 
for the new steel sheds. 

The amount dispersed on capital account was $844,735 . 52, of which amount $31,452 . 14 
was on account of the grain elevator and $413,677.99 on account of the new steel sheds. 

The following sums were received on loan from the Dominion Government: $90,000 
under the Act 61 Vict., chap. 47; $40,000, 1 Edward VH, chap. 9; $375,000 3 Edward VII, 
chapter 36; making a total of $505,000. 

The bonded debt at the end of the year was $7,747,000, of which 2,222,000 is due to 
the public and $5,525,000 to the Government and upon which the average rate of interest 
is 3.57 per cent. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant. 



DAVID SEATH, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



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50 MARIXE AXD FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 9 

REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF STEAMBOAT 

INSPECTION. 

' Chairman's Office, 

Ott.wva, November 1, 1906 

To the Deputy 

^Minister of Marine and Fi.sherie.s, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit the annual report of the working of the Steamboat 
Inspection Service for the year ending June 30, 1906. 

It represents the general work of the service during the time stated, giving the number 
of steamboats inspected in the seAeral divisions and their gross tonnage, with the amount 
of dues collected from steamers employed in the carriage of pas.sengers between Canadian 
ports but regi.stered elsewhere than in Canada, together with the fees received for engineer 
examinations, the names of the candidates and the grade of certificate. 

In addition to the steamboats inspected at the port of Montreal, the ships' tackle and 
hoisting gear used for the purpose of loading and unloading those vessels to the number of 
423 were also inspected by the steamboat in.spectors of that port. 



Number of steam vessels reported as known by the inspectors of steamboats in the Dom- 
inion for the year ending June 30, 1906, also the number of steamers inspected but 
not regi.stered in the Dominifin for the .same date. 









Number of 


Gross 








steamers 


tonnage of 




Number of 


Gross 


inspected 


steamers 


Division. 


Dominion 


Dominion 


but not 


inspected 




registered 


registered 


registered 


but not 




steamers. 


steamers. 


in the 


registered 








Dominion 


in the 










Dominion. 




316 


72,390 


39 


35,044 




190 


44,885 


14 


17,907 




169 


24,688 


25 


1,977 




194 


22,245 


2 


6,612 




91 


30,304 






114 


17,636 


4 


• 1.967 




145 


28,662 


20 


35,062 




149 


22,061 


8 


7,229 




267 


49,141 


29 


37,701 




170 


13,970 


1 


681 




1,805 


325,982 


142 


144,180 



STEAMBOAT 'INSPECTION 



51 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Number of Dominion registered steam vessels inspected and their gross tonnage, with 
amount of fees collected on account of steamboat inspection during the year ended 
June 30, 1906. 



JJIVISION. 


Number of 
. Dominion 
registered 
steamers 
inspected. 


Gross 
tonnage of 
Dominion 
registered 
steamers 
inspected. 


Amount 
of fees 
collected on 
account of 
steamboat 
inspection. 


* 


282 
176 
163 
174 
80 
110 
129 
139 
234 
116 


70,911 
43,296 
24,553 
22,090 
29,268 
16,698 
28,111 
18,886 
44,214 
10,793 


$ cts. 

138 40 
45 68 

165 36 
2,160 96 
60 00 
879 84 

1,012 00 














New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island 


Total 






1,603 


308,820 


4,462 24 





BOARD MEETINGS. 

April 6, 1906. — A meeting of the Board of Steamboat Inspection, composed of Messrs. 
Dodds, McKean, Stewart, Thompson, Evans, Davis and Chairman was convened at Toronto 
to deal with the question of conditions arising due to the modern steel steamer engaged 
chiefly in the carriage of freight and carrying a limited number of passengers. To meet 
these conditions amendments were recommended to the rules relating to the boats to be 
carried and also the pumps necessary for fire protection. 

Rules were also recommended for computing the allowable working pressure on machine 
made furnaces of the bulb type. These rules were approved by the Governor in Council 
on May 10, 1906,, and came into force on May 19, 1906. 

The question of amending section 1 of the rules so as to allow the inspector discretion 
in applying the hydrostatic test on boilers as was suggested to the department. This ques- 
tion was submitted to the Board for their consideration and the unanimous decision was 
that no such departure or change in the mode of inspecting from that as required by the 
present rules could be recommended in the interest of public safety. 



PROSECUTIONS WITH PENALTIES ENFORCED FOR VIOLATION OF THE STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

ACT. 

July 21, 1905. — A complaint was forwarded the department that a gasoline yacht 
was employed at Port Burwell in the carriage of passengers for hire without holding the 
necessary certificate of inspection. 

The matter was referred to the collector of customs at that port to examine into, the 
result being the vessel was seized and a fine of $50 was imposed and received by the depart- 
ment. 

July 25, 1905. — Steamers Aileen of Kingston and Lee of Brockville were seized by the 
inspector of Hulls and Equipment for violation of the law by carrying more passengers 
than that allowed by her certificate of inspection. The owners were each subjectedj^to^a 
fine of $100. 

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52 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

April 11, 1905. — The department having been informed that the ferry steamer Argyle 
plying at Kenora, Ont., was running without having a licensed engineer in charge, instruc- 
tions were issued to the collector of customs to ascertain the facts and take action the result 
of which a penalty of $100 was imposed and a draft for same was received by the depart- 
ment. 

August 17, 1905. — Complaint ha^^ng been made to the department of steamers running 
in the A-icinity of Lake Massawippi, P.Q., and carrying passengers illegally, the department 
took steps to verify the same by sending an officer to investigate. The result was legal 
proceedings were taken against the o^Tier of steamer Pocahontas, who paid the penalty 
of $150 on withdrawal of the prosecution. 

October 12, 1905. — Complaint was made that the tug Togo was carrying passengers 
on the Spanish River without holding the necessary certificate of inspection. The collector 
of customs was advised of same, whereupon the steamer was seized, the captain pleading 
guilty a fine of $50 was imposed. 

December 19, 1905. — The collector of customs at St. John, N.B., imposed a fine of $50 
on the steJimer Wilfred C. of Halifax for an infraction of the Steamboat Inspection Act by 
running without having the necessary certificate of inspection for the current year, which 
fine was remitted to the department. 

July 30, 1906. — A fine of $100 was imposed by the collector of Customs at St. John, N.B., 
on the Norwegian steamship Veritas for an infraction of the Steamboat Inspection Act, by 
carrying cargo between two Canadian ports without being inspected; a draft for the same 
was received by the department. 

CASUALTIES, 

The following are the casualties reported from the several divisions as having (Occurred 
during the year ending June 30, 1906. 

Toronto Division. 

August 9, 1905. — The steamer Erin of St. Catharines while passing through the 
Detroit River, when abreast of Sandwich, the connecting rod broke, the piston carrying 
away the intermediate head between the high and low pressure cylinders, also the top head 
flange of high pressure cylinder and throttle valve. The escaping steam from the steam 
pipe caused the death of the assistant engineer w^ho was on duty at the time. 

September 19, 1905. — While the steamer Melbourne of Port Stanley was lying at the 
Bay of Quinte entrance to Murray canal she took fire and was totally destroyed. Cause 
of fire unknown. 

April 30, 1906.— The tug Clipper of Toronto, en route from Midland to» French River, 
sprang a leak when near the Bustard Islands and foundered. The crew numbered four of 
which only one reached shore in safety. The vessel has been raised and rebuilt and is 
again in commission. 

May 31, 1906. — Steamer Erin of St. Catharines, when opposite Courtright on the St. 
Clair River, was run into by the United States steamer John B. Cowle and instantly sank, 
when three of her crew were drowned. The steamer has heen abandoned. 

Collingwood Division. 

August 12, 1905. — The screw tug Gertie C of Toronto was destroyed by fire at Dyer's 
Bay, Ont. No casualties. 

September 15, 1905. — ^The steamer Shamrock of Collingwood was in collision with 
the United States steamer Richardson near Point aux Pins, which resulted in the sinking of 
steamer Shamrock and the drowning of the master and engineer. The steamer has since 
been raised and repaired. 

September 12, 1905. — The screw tug A Seaman of Toronto was burned near Cape 
Croker. No casualties. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



53 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

October 2, 1905. — The screw tug Signal of CoUingwood was destroyed by fire near 
Midland. No casualties. 

November 1, 1905. — The fishing tug Surprise of Sault Ste. Marie was burned at Cook's 
Bay. No casualties. 

November 17, 1905. — The tug W. J. Martin of Midland, was burned at Twelve Mile 
Bay. No casualties. 

t 

Kingston Division. 

On the night of July 11, 1905, the stesnaer Ellen while lying at the dock at Cardinal. 
Ont., took fire totally destroying her upper works, which were rebuilt immediately. Cause 
of fire unknown, there being no person on board at the time. 

On June 9, 1905, the steamer Argyle while on a trip from Oshawa to Toronto broke 
her main crosshead, guide and side link, also bending the piston rod. She was towed to 
Toronto and repaired. No loss of hfe occurred. 

On the night of June 14, 1906, the steamer Manita while lying at her dock at Bobcay- 
geon was partially destroyed by fire. There being no person on board at the time cause of 
fire is unknown. The steamer was immediately rebuilt and placed again in commission. 

Montreal Division. 

March 17, 1906. — ^The steamer Sovereign of Montreal, 637 tons, while lying in winter 
quarters at Lachine took fire during the night and was totally destroyed. There was a 
few carpenters working on board during the day, and it is supposed the origin of the fire 
was through carelessness on their part. 

Quebec Division. 

Casualty returns nil. 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Division. 

November 19, 1905, the steamer Clifton, of St. John, N.B., gross tonnage 138, while 
Ijang at Reed's Point wharf, Kingston, N.B., caught fire and became a total loss. The 
fire is supposed to have originated from the furnaces. 

March 16, 1906, the passenger steamer Beatrice E. Waring, of St. John, N.B., 593 
gross tonnage, while lying at her wharf in winter quarters caught fire from some unknown 
cause and was totally destroyed. 

May 18, 1906, the piston rod of steamer Neptune broke, due to an old flaw developing 
where fitted into crosshead, the piston carrying away broke the flange off the top end of 
cylinder. A new rod and cylinder were fitted at St. John, N. B. 

Nova Scotia Division. 

August 18, 1905, on steamer Halifax, one of the fore and aft main stays below furnaces 
broke without warning, close to inside of the head sheet of port boiler, blowing out the piece 
attached to. nut, allowing the stay to drop down when the stoke hole was filled with boiling 
water, causing the death of one fireman. The stay upon being examined, showed an old 
fracture which was impossible to detect prior to the accident. 

December 4, 1905, the s.s Lunenburg, of Lunenburg, N.S., 266 tons gross, while on 
a voyage between Pictou and Magdalen Islands, was stranded on Grindstone Island and 
became a total loss, twelve of the passengers and crew being drowned. 

January 9, 1906, ss. Richards, of Montreal, 466 tons gross, on a voyage between'Hastings 
and Yarmouth, N.S., was stranded near Cape Blanche and became a total loss. No lives 
were lost. 



54 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD Vil., A. 1906 

March 10, 1906, ss. Baines Hatvkins, of Sydney, N.S., 703 tons gross, on a voyage 
from Port Morien to Halifax, collided with ice near Scattarie Island and sank shortly after, 
one of the crew being lost. 

April 26, 1906, the steamer Havana, of Windsor, N.S., while lying at anchor after 
dark in Halifax Harbour, was run into by steamer St rathco7ia , and sank in a few minutes, 
becoming a total loss. No lives lost. 

June 2, 1906, the steamer Florence C, of Halifax, 39 ton# gross, while attempting to 
enter Tor Bay, N.S., was stranded and became a total loss. No lives lost. 

j-j^ Manitoba and North-west Territories Divisian. 

October 7, 1905, the steamer Monarch, 113 gross tonnage, while lying at her dock at 
Rainy River, was partially burned, the machinery has been taken out and boat put out of 
commission. Cause of fire not known. 

August 19, 1905, Steamer D. A. Gordon, 148 gross tons, while lying at Canadian Northern 
dock. Port Arthur, at 4 a.m., caught fire and was partially burned. The machinery has 
been taken out and hull converted into a barge. Cause of fire unknown. 

March 31, 1906, steamer Kaministiquia, of 150 gross tons, while lying in her winter 
quarters at Port Arthur, caught fire and was burned to the main deck at the hour of 11 p.m. 
It is supposed to have been done by tramps taking shelter on board. The boat has since' 
been rebuilt and put into commission again. 

British Columbia and Yukon Territory Dii'ision. 

April 4, 1906, ss. SeUcirk, of Victoria, B.C., 142 gross tons, stranded on Jones Island 
at 4 a.m. Two days afterwards she filled with water and sank in ten fathoms. She was 
subsequentlv raised, brought to Victoria and put in a seaworthy condition, after which she 
again went into commission June 30. 

The stern wheel steamer Cheam, of New Westminster, B.C., 286 gross tons, employed 
in towing on the Upper Fraser River, was wrecked by running on a snag. The water was 
falling at the time, the result of which the vessel broke in two. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

E. ADAMS, 
Chairman, Board of Steamboat Itispection. 



I 



tiTBLUlBOAT INiiPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the Year enaed June 30, 1906. 

WEST ONTARIO, TORONTO DIVISION. 



55 



BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 



Name of Vessel. 



Dredge No. 15. . 
Pete Gorman . . . 

Salvor 

James Reid 

Ariadne 

J. M. Diver 

Winona 

Argyle 

Sarnia 

Eagle 

Acacia 

Golspie 

Oriana 

City of Dresden. 
Gordon Brown . . 

Charles F 

Maxie 

Elk 



Enterprise 

Uncle Tom 

Tepiakan 

Alert 

James Playfair 

Swan 

Star 

May B 

James Whalen 

Lurline 

Ranger 

City of Mt. Clemens.. 

Great Western 

Lansdowne 

Huron 

Glenellah 

D. McLeoil 

John Logie 

J. B. McLeod 

A. Chambers 

R. H. Dobson 

Tecum sell 

Mary Arnott 

Onward 

John R. Arnoldi (dr'ge) 

Huron 

Evelyn 

Edward Blake 

Governor Morton .... 

Zara.' 

W. M. German 

Eleahor 

Two Friends 

Belle 

Angler 

City of Ladvsmith. . . 

You & I ... ; 

Wm. Wilson 

Lena 

Saida 

I. X. L. (dredge).... 

Florence 

C. W. Jones 

Thistle 

Ottawa (dredge) 

Michael Davitt 

Emma 

Vick 

Thomas 

Maude 

Comfort 

Marion 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



2.50 



170 
20 



100 



191 
200 
191 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1900. 

Not issued , 
Not issued, 
July 12.. 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



12. . 

13. . 
1.3. . 

14. . 
14. . 
14. , 
14. . 
17. . 
17. . 

.5 . . 
28 
29 
29 
?9 



Not issued. 
Aug. 30. . 
Aug. 30. . 
Aug. 30. . 
Aug. 31 . . 
Not issued. 
Aug. 31 . . 
Aug. 31.. 
Not issued. 
Sept. 11 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



16. 
16. 
16. 
18. 
18. 
19 
3. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
11. 
11 



Not issued. 
Not issued. 
Oct. 12.. 
Not issued. 
Not issued. 
Oct. 13.. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



13. . 
18. . 

30. . 

31. . 
31 



Not issued. 
Oct. 31.. 



Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



31. 
1. 
1. 
1. . 
1. . 



40 
40 



Not issued . 
Nov. 14. . 
Nov. 14. . 
Nov. 14.. 
Nov. 1.5.. 
Not issued. 
Not issued . 
Not issued. 
Not issued. 
Not issued . 
Not issued . 
Nov. 23 . . 
Nov. 23.. 



Gross 
Tons. 



327 
65 
126 
181 
38 
4S 
231 
41 
85 
12 
107 
1,122 
68 
194 
33 
8 
16 
9 
18 
8 
29 
47 
26 
14 
13 
10 
313 
66 
8 
102 
1,080 
1,571 
1,052 
2,272 
36 
37 
25 
23 
44 
10 
8 
22 
116 
55 
32 
22 
12 
35 
28 
26 
23 
16 
20 
35 
25 
15 
14 
14 
100 
113 
48 
36 
220 
28 
6 
13 

Not regis'd. 
19 
, 14 
9 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Southampton harbour. 

Screw, tug, Southampton harbour. 

Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, fisli tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Huron. 

Screw, passenger, Amherstburg and Sarnia. 

Screw, tug, Sarnia and vicinity. 

Screw, tug, Sarnia and vicinity. 

Screw, tug, Sarnia and vicinity. 

Screw, passenger, Hamilton and Burlington. 

Screw, pas.senger, Montreal and Duluth. 

Screw, yacht, Lake Ontario. 

Screw, pas.senger, Windsor and Lake Erie port? 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug, I^ake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, yacht, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, tug, Windsor and vicinity; 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Paddle, pas.senger, Windsor and Detroit. 

Paddle, passenger, AVindsor and Detroit. 

Twin screw, Windsor and Detroit. 

Screw, freight, Quebec and Duluth. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Huron.. 

Screw, fisii tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Huron. 

Goderich harbour. 

Screw, tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, fisli tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Screw, .yacht. Long Point bay. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

.Screw, fish t\ig. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tu<r. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Erie. 

Detroit river. 

Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Erie. 

Rondeau harbour. 

Screw, tug. Rondeau harbour. 

Screw, tug, Chatham and vicinity. 

Screw, tug, Chatham and vicinity. 

Paddle, tug, Chatham and vicinity. 

Screw, tug, Wallaceburg and vicinity. 

Screw, passenger, Sombra and vicinity. 

Screw, passenger, Sombra and vicinity. 



56 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the Year ended June 30, 1906 — Concluded. 

WEST ONTARIO, TORONTO DIVISION— Continued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 




Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Ontario 
Golspie 
Westmount 
W. D. Matthews 
Huron ic 
Saronic 
Monarch 
Lillie Smith 
Arabian 

D. R. Van Allen 
Biokerdike 
Macassa 
Modjeska 
Hope 

City of Chatham 
B. W. Aldrich 
Harry Sewell 
Energy 
Kingston 
Toronto 
Elsie 

Juno 

Pappoose 

Dalton McCarthy 

Home Rule 

Thistle 

City of Dresden . . 

Hiawatha 

Alaska 

J. E. MUls 

Dundurn 



162 



1907. 

Mar. 27.. 
April 2. . 
April 13.. 
April 13. . 
April 13.. 
1 April 13.. 
April 14.. 
April 16.. 
lAprU 17.. 
April 17.. 
April 21 . . 
April 23 . . 
April 23 . . 
April 23 . . 
May 11.. 
Not issued. 
May 12.. 
Not issued. 
May 17.. 
17.. 
19. . 
4. . 
4. . 
5 



jMay 
May 
June 
June 
June 



300 



129 




Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Not issued. 
June 6. . 
Not issued. 
Jime 3. . 
June 21 . . 
June 22. . 
June 30.. 



Paddle, passenger, Windsor and Detroit. 

Screw, passenger, Montreal and Duluth. 

Screw, freight, lakes and river.s. 

Screw, passenger, Duluth and Buffalo. 

Screw, passenger, Duluth and Windsor. 

Screw, passenger, Duluth and Windsor. 

Screw, pas.senger, Duluth and Windsor. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, passenger, Duluth and Quebec. 

Screw, freight, Toronto and Lake Hiu-on ports. 

Screw, passensrer, lakes and rivers. 

Twin screw, passenger, Toronto and Hamilton. 

Twin screw, passenger, Toronto and Hamilton. 

Screw, passenger, Buffalo and Fort Erie. 

Screw, passenger, Chatham and Detroit. 

Screw, tug, Chatham and vicinitj'. 

Screw, tug, Soo and vicinity. 

Screw, freight, Wallaceburg and vicinity. 

Paddle, passenger, Toronto and Prescott. 

Paddle, passenger, Toronto and Prescott. 

Screw, pa.ssenger, Toronto bay. 

Screw, freight, Montreal and Duluth. 

Screw, passenger, Amherstburg and Lake Huron. 

Screw, fish tug. Amherstburg and Lake Huron. 

Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, fish tug, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, Lake Erie ports. 

Screw, Amherstburg and Lake Huron. 

Screw, freight, Montreal and Duluth. 

Screw, freight, Amherstburg and vicinity. 

Screw, passenger, Duluth and Montreal. 



Total. 



39,806 



JOHN DODDS, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



67 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 

' WEST ONTARIO, TORONTO DIVISION— Coniinued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



City of Grand Rapids. 

Mascotte 

Transfer 

Michigan Central 

Transport 

Hattie. 

Victoria 

Omar D. Conger 

Ariel 

Detroit 

Welcome 

Nellie H 

Pere Marquette 



Neepewah 

H. M. Pellatt 

Michigan 

Pleasure , 

Sappho 

Promise 

Excelsior 

Owana 

Tiu-ret Court 

Turret Chief 

Paliki 

Wahcondah 

Imperial 

City of Toledo 

Frank E. Kirby 

Tashmoo 

Greyhound 

Garland 

James Beard 

Grace Dormer 

Huron 

Arundell 

Columbia 

State of New York. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



14 



1906. 

Not issued. 
Mav 8.. 
Sept. 13.. 
Sept. . 13. . 
Sept. 13. . 
Not issued. 
Sept. 19.. 
Sept. 28.. 
Sept. 29. . 
Not issued. 
Sept. 21.. 
May 16. . 
Not issued. 

1907. 



500 



Total. 



17. 
27. 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 28. 
Mar. 27 . 
Mar. 27. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



27. 
27. 
29. 
Mar. 30. 
Mar. 30. 
Mar. 30. 
April 2. 
April 14. 
April 5. 
April 4 . 
May 4 . 
May 4. 
Mar. 28 
May 16 
May 
June 
June 
May 



11. 
1. 
1. 

8. 



May 31. 



Gross 
Tons. 



399 
162 
1,511 
1,522 
1,595 
67 
192 
196 
202 
2,089 
213 
25 
2.531 



1,799 
1,592 
1,730 
490 
224 
473 
229 
747 
1,879 
1,881 
1,578 
1,554 
796 
1,004 
532 
1,345 
1,392 
248 
87 
66 
638 
339 
969 
807 



' Tonnage 

Dues 

and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 



33.003 



$ cts. 



138 40 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, Cleveland and Port Stanley. 

Twin screw, Detroit river. 

Paddle, Windsor and Detroit. 

Paddle, Windsor and Detroit. 

Paddle, Windsor and Detroit. 

Screw, Detroit and vicinity. 

Screw, Detroit and Windsor. 

Screw, Detroit river. 

Screw, Walkerville and Detroit. 

Screws (4) Windsor and Detroit. 

Screw, Detroit river. 

Screw, Fort Gratiot and Point Edward. 

Screws (4) Detroit river. 



Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Paddle, Windsor and Detroit. 
Screw, Detroit river. 
Screw, Detroit river. 
Screw, Detroit river. 
Screw, Detroit river. 
Paddle, Port Huron and Toledo. 
! Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, freight. Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Paddle, Detroit river. 
Paddle, Detroit and Sandusky. 
Paddle, Detroit river. 
Paddle, Toledo and Port Huron. 
Screw, Detroit and vicinity. 
Screw, Port Huron and Sarnia. 
Screw, Port Huron and Sarnia. 
Paddle, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, Lake Ontario. 
Screw, Detroit river. 
Paddle, Buffalo and Crystal beach. 



138 40 



JOHN DODDS, 

Steamhcat Inspector. 



58 



MARiyE AyD FWHERlEfi 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



WEST ONTARIO, TORONTO mVlSlO'H— Continued. 

BOII.EBS AND MACHINERY CoTltinUtd. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



40 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Gross 
Tons. 



1906. 



210 
34 



Mvrtle 

Pilot 

Geraldine 

Snowstorm 

Edna 

Roy 

Cruiser 

Ophir 

Ina 1 

Mazeppa , ■ ■ . 

Lorna Doone 

Dorothe 

Bertha 

Eleanor 

J. D. Hamill 

Halcro ^ 

Narcissus 

Minnie C 

Primrose 

Frank L 

W. S. Oldfield 

Torpedo 

Imperial July 

Sweepstakes i iNot issued 

Maggie McLean iJuly 22 



125 



July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 



8. . 
8. . 

10. . 
10. . 
10. . 

11. . 
11. . 
11. . 
11 . . 
11 . 
11. . 

12. . 
12. . 
1.3. . 
July 13.. 
Not issued . 
Not issued. 
July 17.. 



15 
70 

65 
17 
55 

6 
86 
11 
27 
146 
26 

8 
18 
84 
111 

8 



Class of Vessel am^ where Employed. 



July 
July 
July 



17. 
17. 
19. 
19. 



S. R. Norcross. 

Hunter 

Evelyn 

Coponaning 

Julian V. O'Brian. . 
I.ady of the Lake.. . 

Emma 

Little Jap 

Ottawa 

Abino 

National 

Agnes 

M inota 

Soncie 

Dredge Simcoe 

Lake 

Rob Roy 

Mineta 

Maniwa 

Mildred 

Ontario 

Helena 

Rulo 

Rambler 

Bella Vista 

Lady of the Lake.. 

Osso 

Scudder 

Ina 

Llano 

Shamrock 

Fidelia 

Hepburn 

Morinus 

Izaak Walton 

Algoma 

Phoebe 

Willowdee (No. 1). 

Edith Ann 

Wanda 

Sharron 

Willowdee (No. 2)'. 

Sky Pilot 

Secret 

Ethel May 

Manolia 

Oriska 



lJuly 22.. 
Not issued. 
July 24. . 



250 



July 
July 
July 
July 



24. 
25. 
27. 
27. 



40 



20 



Not issued. 
July 31 . . 
August 9. . 
Aug. 10.. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

[Aug. 



14. 
15. 
15. 
16. 
16. 



30 



Not issued. 
■Aug. 18.. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



19. . 
19. . 
19. . 
21. . 
21. . 
21 . . 
21. . 
21. . 

21. . 
21 . . 

22. . 
22. . 



Not issued. 
Aug. 22. . 



25 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



22. . 

23. . 
23. . 
23. . 
23. . 
00. . 
23. . 
23. . 
25. . 

25. . 

26. . 
26. . 
26. . 
26. . 
26. . 
28. . 



7 
23 
46 
15 

8 
36 



37 
20 



85 
18 
59 
47 
146 
2 

2,431 
9 
18 
15 
29 
14 
214 
13 
5 
11 
12 
39 
11 
10 
9 
30 
8 
7 
fi 
5 
14 
14 
4 
9 
15 
10 



5 
11 
14 
11 
57 
14 
3 
25 
5 
9 
13 
6 
6 



Screw, Lake Couchiohing. 
Screw, Parry Sound and Georgian Bay. 
Screw, pass., Penetang and Point aux Baril. 
Screw, tug. Depot Harbour and Georgian Bay. 
Screw, tug, Penetang and Point aux Baril. 
Screw, yacht, Sans Soucie and Moon River. 
Screw, yaelit. Parry Sound and Penetang. 
Screw, yacht. Parry Sound and Penetang. 
Screw, tug, Parry Sound and Georgian Bay. 
Screw, passenger. Point aux Baril and Penetang. 
Screw, passenger. Point aux Baril and Moose Point. 
Screw, yacht. Parry Sound. 
Screw, tug. Parry Sound. 

Screw, passenger. Point aux Baril and Penetanii. 

Screw, freight, Georgian Bay and Meaford. 

Screw, yacht, Parrv Sound. 

Screw, yacht, San Soucie and Moon River. 

Screw, yacht, San Soucie and Moon River. 

Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 

Screw, tug. Georgian Bay. 

Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 

Screw, tug, Big French River. 

Screw, tug, French and Pickerel Rivers. 

Paddle, tug, French and Pickerel Rivers. 

Screw, tug, French and Pickerel Rivers. 

Screw, tug, French and Pickerel Rivers. 

Paddle, tug, French and Pickerel Rivers. 

Screw, tug, French River. 

Screw, tug, French River. 

Georgian liay and Byng Inlet. 

Screw, freight, Thornberry and Georgian Bay. 

Screw, passenger, Point aux Baril and Penetang. 

Screw, yacht. Parry Sound. 

Screw, passenger. Port Arthur and Depot Harbour. 
Screw, passenger, Niagara River. 
Screw, tug, Toronto Bay. 

Screw, passenger. Roaches Point and Belle Ewert. 
Screw, yacht. Lake Simcoe. 
Screw, yacht. Lake Couchiching. 
Trent Canal and Lake Simcoe. 
Screw, tug, Trent Canal and Lake Siihcoe. 
Screw, Severn River. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoa Lakes. 
! Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, tug, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Mu.'skoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Mu.-skoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, jias.senger, Muskoka I>akes. 
Screw, yacht, .Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw .yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, tug, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, tug, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
'Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
{Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
IScrcw, tug, Muskoka Lakes. 
iScrew, supply, Muskako Lakes. 
.Screw, yaclit, Muskoka Lakes. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



59 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels, Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906 — Contifiued. 

WEST ONTARIO, TORONTO DIVISION— Continued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



lagara 

Kacymo 

Gracie M 

Maple Leaf 

Wanda 

Aniaiida 

Washwaskesh 

Mary Louise 

Islay 

I/orna Doone 

Gordon Jerry 

S. W. Marchment. 

Anchora 

Isabel (dredge)... . 
Hector. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
AHowed. 



Ella M. (dredge) 

Hanimil 

Maggie A. Bennett 

Meteor 

Chief (dredge) 

Escort 

Charley E. Armstrong. 
Maggie R. Mitchell. . . 

Mary 

F. B. Rradey 

Mary R 

Augusta 

A. D. Cross. 



Golden City 

Euphemia 

Tecumseh 

Nellie Bly 

Skylark 

Roy Mac 

Commodore Jarvis. 



Iroquois 

Haddington 

Lakeside 

Daniel Lamb (dredge). 

City of Montreal 

Cataract 

Persia 

Sequin . . . .' 

Ottawa 

Oriole 

Muskoka. . . .- 

Islander 

Ahmic 

Medora 

Chippewa 

Ongiara 

Chicora 

Corona 

Skylark 

Cuba 

Picton 

Kathleen 

Shamrock 

Mayflower 

Primrose 

Garden Citv 

Maid of The Mist 

Hiawatha 

Ada Alice 

Nellie Bly 

Cleopatra 

Blue Bell 

Objibawaya 

Erin 

Niska, 

Gracie^M 



40 
225 



8 
10 
534 



230 



125 
20 
8 
125 
209 
117 
125 
600 

2,000 
245 
872 

1,456 



82 
275 
217 
413 
900 
900 
514 

80 



126 



900 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 

Aug. 28 . . 
Ausr. 28.. 
Aug. 29.. 
Not issued, 
Not issued, 
Not issued, 

1. . 

2. , 
5. , 
5. . 
7. , 
8. . 

28. , 



Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 

Sept. 15, 

Sept. 15.. 

Sept. 15.. 
Not issued. 

Sept. 16.. 

Sept. 18.. 
Not issued, 

Sept. 19. 

Sept. 19. 

Sept. 19. 

Sept. 19. 

Sept. 20. 

Sept. 20. 

Sept. 21 . 

Sept. 21. 

Sept. 22. 

Sept. 23 
Oct. 



Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov, 
Nov, 




6. 
4. 
16. 
4. 
4. 



1907. 

March 20. 
March 20. 
March 23 . 

3. 
12. 
13. 
13. 
14. 
17. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
24. 
24. 
24. 
24. 
24. 
26. 
27. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
10. 
10. 
11. 
11 . 
15. 
17. 
23. 
25. 
26, 
29. 
29. 



April 

April 

April 

.\pril 

.\pril 

.■\pril 

April 

.\pril 

April 

April 

.\pril 

.\pril 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

.May 

May 

-Vlay 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 



Gross 
Tons. 



7 

9 
60 



6 
6 
10 
64 
175 
5 
124 
89 
6 

507 
66 
420 



40 
49 
40 
53 
29 
44 
57 
47 
35 
29 

840 
13 
55 
23 

287 



2,.359 
1,603 
348 
253 
1,554 
1,198 
757 
818 
2,431 
75 
197 
165 
77 
377 
1,504 
98 
930 
1,274 
55 
931 
946 
110 
154 
189 
189 
637 
62 
46 
60 
13 
104 
752 
194 
651 
9 
60 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, yaclrt, Muskoka Lakes. 

Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 

Screw, tug, Muskoka Lakes. 

Screw, tug. Lake of Bays. 

Screw, yaclit, Magnetawan River. 

Screw, yacht, Magnetawan River. 

Paddle, tug. Deer Lake. 

Screw, passenger, Lakg of Bays. 

Screw, passenger. Lake Simcoe. 

Screw, yacht, Lakes Coucheching and Simcoe. 

Screw, freiglit, Toronto and Niagara. 

Screw, freight, Toronto and Niagara. 

Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 

Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Welland Canal. 

Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug. Welland Canal. 

Screw, tug, Welland Canal. 

Screw, tvig, Welland Canal. 

Screw, freight. Lakes and Rivers. 

Screw, tug, Toronto Bay. 

Screw, tug, Toronto Bay. 

Screw, tug. Toronto Bay. 

Screw, freight, Hamilton and Whitby. 



Screw, pas.senger, Duluth and Prescott. 

Screw, passenger. Lakes and River.s. 

Screw, passenger, Toronto and Lake Ontario ports. 

[Toronto Bay. 

[Screw, passenger, Montreal and Dulutti. 
[Screw, freight, Montreal and Duluth. 
[Screw, passenger, Montreal and Sarnia. 
Screw, passenger, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, passenger, Duluth and Prescott. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passfinger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Murkoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Paddle, passenger. Lake Ontario ports. 
Screw, passenger, Niagara and Lewiston. 
Paddle, passenger, Toronto and Lake Ontario ports. 
Paddle, Passenger, Toronto and Lake Ontario ports. 
Screw, tug, Toronto harbour. 
Screw pass., Montreal and Sarnia. 
Paddle pass., Montreal and Hamilton. 
Screw pass., Toronto ferry. 
Paddle pass., Toronto ferry. 
Paddle pass., Toronto ferry. 
Paddle pass., Toronto ferry. 
Screw pass., Toronto and Lake Ontario Ports. 
Screw pass., Niagara Falls Ontario and U. S. 
Screw, yacht, Toronto bay. 
Screw, pass., Toronto ferry. 
Screw, tug, Toronto Bay. 
Screw, yacht, Toronto and Lake Ontario. 
Paddle, pass., Toronto ferry. 
Screw, tug. Lakes and Rivers. 
Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, yacht, Muskoka Lakes. 
Screw, tug,- Muskoka Lake-. 



60 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD >WI., A. 1906 

Steam Vessels Inspected, for the year ended June 30, 1906 — Continued. 

WEST ONTARIO. TORONTO DIVISION— Continued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Minota 

Priscilla 

Ona^opah 

Nipissing 

Charlie M 

Comet 

City of Bala 

Kenozha 

Mink (Supply). . . 

Nymph 

Electric 

Armoiir 

Theresa 

Emulator 

Wanita 

Glenada 

Glenrosa 

Sarona 

Joe . 

Empress Victoria- 

Dortha 

Gem 

Phoenix 

Equal Rights 
Mary Louise 
Maple Leaf 
Dolly Gray 
Lady of the Lake 

Lakefield 

Champion 

Geneva 

Ella 

Jonn Hanlan 

Luella . 

Island Queen, . . . 
Clark Bros. ...... 

W. F. McCrae.... 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



328 
32 



1907. 



319 



40 




240 



109 
40 



40 
100 
40 
38 



Total. 



40 
40 
150 
10 
176 
100 
336 
217 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Jvme 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Jime 
June 
June 



29. 
30. 
30. 
30 .1 
.30. .[ 
31. . 
31... 
31..! 
I.. 

1..! 

2. . 

9. . 

9. . 

9. . 
11. . 
11. . 
11. . 
12. . 
12. . 

12. . 

13. . 
13. . 

13. . 

14. . 

14. : 

14. . 
14. . 

14. . 

15. . 

15. . 

16. . 
16. . 
21. . 

21. . 

22. . 

23. . 
29. . 



Gross 
Tons. 



Class of Vessel ^nd where Employed. 



29 
20 
19 

275 
20 
20 
74 

225 
56 
29 
49 

191 
26 
25 
44 
65 
63 
32 
57 

106 

I 57 
27 
29 
6 
64 
32 
5 
10 
33 
42 
92 
15 
37 
38 

129 
92 
46 



Screw, yacht, Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, yacht, Muskoka lakes. 

Scrsw, tug, Muskoka lakes. 

Paddle, pass., Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, pass., Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, pass., Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, tug, Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, pass., Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, pas.?., Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, yacht, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., Burks Falls and AJxmic. 

Screw ,tug, Burks Falls and Ahmic. 

Screw, tug, Burks Falls and Ahmic. 

Screw, pass., Burks Falls and Ahmic. 

Screw, pass., Burks Falls and Ahmic. 

Screw, tug, Burks Falls and Ahmic. 

Screw, yacht, lakes at Huntsville. 

Screw, pass.. Lake of Bays. 

Screw, pass., lakes at Huntsville. 

jScrew, pass., lakes at Huntsville. 

IScrew, pass., lakes at Huntsville. 

Screw, tug, lakes at Huntsville. 

Screw, tug. Lake of Bays. 

Screw, pass.. Lake of Bays. 

Screw, pass.. Lake of Bays. 

Screw, tug. Lake of Bays. 

Screw, tug. Lake of Bays. 

Screw, pass., Severn river and Sparrow lake. 

Screw, pass., Severn ri^er and Sparrow lake. 

Screw, pass., Lake Simcoe and Lake Coucheching. 

Screw, pass.. Lake Simcoe and Lake Coucheching. 

Screw pass., Toronto ferry. 

Screw, pass., Toronto ferry. 

Screw, pass., Toronto ferry. 

Screw, pass., Toronto ferry. 

Screw, tug, Toronto harbour. 



J. B. STEWART, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 61 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 



WEST ONTARIO, TORONTO DIVISION— Coj»/mtied. 
BOILERS AND MACHiNEET — Continued, 



Name of Vessel. 


Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 


Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 


Gross 
Tons. 


Class of Vessel and where Employed. 






1907. 

April 17.. 
Oct. 17.. 


1,827 
214 


Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, pas.s., Buffalo and Fort Erie. 




100 


Total 


2,041 









J. B. STEWART, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



62 



MARIXE AXD FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD Vll., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



WEST ONTARIO, TORONTO DlMSlOii— Concluded. 
BOILERS AXD MACHINEKY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



International 

Caroline 

Tranquillo 

Jennie Wilson 

Allena May 

Jolly 4 

Winslow 

City of New York 

Ottawa 

J. K. Secor 

Norseman 

Thyra 

Urania 

Flyer 

Lady Franklin 

W. H. Stone 

Ella Taylor 

Sarah E. Day 

L. Shickluna 

Wales 

Devenish 

MLnette 

Naiad 

Annie C. Hill 

Wapinao 

Kestrel 

Arlington 

Pilot 

Wenonah 

Delila 

A. M. Petrie 

Scotia 

Saginaw ■ 

Louisa 

G. E. Ashley 

Glenora 

Sonntag 

Holland & Graves No. 4. 

C. M. Bowman.*. 

Frank G. McAulay 

R. C. Brit tain 

Willie Scagel 

Edna K 



Total. 



851 
12 
39 
7 
16 
10 
351 
292 
617 
48 
620 
34 
898 
4 
5 
35 
34 
5 
16 
350 
3 
■ 4 
29 
14 
5 
7 
23 
70 
101 
4 
20 
13 
357 
13 
10 
17 
7 
30 
88 
43 
213 
22 
22 

5,419 



Registered 
Tonnage. 



Remarks. 

Wliy not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 



559 
8 

27 
5 

11 

193 
199 
420 

32 
400 

23 
444 
3 

4 
17 
23 
4 
11 
238 
2 
3 
20 
9 
3 
5 
16 
47 
88 
3 
13 
9 

243 
9 
7 
10 
5 
19 
60 
29 
149 
15 
15 

3,407 



Twin screw, Ry. car ferry. 

'Twin screw, tug. 

Twin screw, yacht. 

Twin screw, tug. 

Twin screw, tug. 

Twin screw, tug. 

Twin screw, tug. 

Twin screw, freight. . . 

Twin screw, tug 

Twin screw, fishing tug. 
iTwin screw, freight. 
jTwin screw, yacht, 
i Paddle, passenger 

Screw, passenger. 
I Screw, passenger. 
jScrew, tug. 

Screw tug. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw, yacht. 

Screw, yacht. 

Screw, Yacht 

j Screw, yacht. 

[Screw, yacht 

i Screw, passenger. 

j Screw, tug. 

I Paddle, passenger. 

I Screw, vacht 

j Screw, Screw, yacht. 

! Screw, tug. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw tug. 

Screw, yacht. 

Screw, yaclit. 
jPadflle, tug. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw, freiglit. 

Screw, tug. 

Screw, tug. 



Inspected since June 30, 
Inspected since June 30, 
1906. 



Not running. 



JOHN DODDS, 
J. B. STEWART, 

Steamboat Impedorfs. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

WEST ONTARIO, COLLINGWOOD DIVISION. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 



63 



Name of Vessel. 



.John Haggart 

Lulu Eddy 

Harold B. Phillips. 
Andrew J. Smith. . 

T. J. Collop 

Venetta 

Manitou 

Gertie C 

Sandford. 

A Seamen 

Canada 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



223 



30 



1906. 



190 



July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 



Iris 

Beaver 

W. J. Martin. . 
Irene 

Una 

Stiletto 

J. C. E\>^e 

Sampson 

Heather Belle. 

Molly S 

Siesta 

Rambler 

Elit 



lite. 



Lizzie May 

Dolphin 

Victoria K 

M. G. McDonald. 

Welcorrie 

John McKay. . . . 

W. A. Kootli 

Alert 

Algoma 

W. J. Smith 

E. P. Sawyer.. . . 

Vixen 

Killarney Belle. . 

Vera A 

Annie Moiles. . . . 

Stella 

Iroquois 

Agnes 

Eu Jennie 

P. S. Heidsordt.. 
J. H. McDonald. 
W. H. Seymour.. 
Fanny Arnold . . . 

Ahteek 

Edna Ivan 

Surprise 

Despatch 

Everard 

N. Dyment 

Fred. Davidson.. 
Scotch Thistle.. . 
Geo. W. Cuyler. . 

J. G. Gidley 

Agnes Smith . . . . 

Hazard 

Glyn 

Ethel 

Cinthia 

Gypsy 

Helen S 

Camilla 

R. J. Morrell. . . . 

lona 

Sea Gull 

Arthur Mac 



July 

July 

294 July 



11. . 

11. . 

12. . 
12. . 
12. . 

19. . 

20. . 
20 

21. . 

22. . 
24. , 



July 24.. 
July 2S. . 
Not issued 
Not issued. 
Aug. 5. . 
Not issued. 
Aug. 7.. 
Not issued . 
Aug. 18. . 
Aug. 18. . 
Not issued . 
Aug. 19.. 
Aug. 21 . . 
Aug. 21 . 
Aug. 21 . . 
Aug. 23.. 
Aug. 23 . . 
Aug. 23 . . 
Aug. 24. . 

5. . 



650 



25 



250 



19 
40 
20 
40 



40 
25 
20 
40 



5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
9. 
11, 



19 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept . 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 11. 

Sept. 11. 

Sept. 11.. 

Sept. 12. . 

Sept. 12. . 

Sept. 12.. 

Sept. 12.. 

Sept. 12.. 

Sept. 13.. 

Sept. 13.. 

Sept. 13 . . 

Sept. 13.. 

Sept. 14.. 

Sept. 15.. 

Sept. 15.. 

Sept. 15.. 

Sept. 15. . 
Not issued . 

Sept. 15 . . i 

Sept. 16.. I 

Sept. 16. . 

Sept. 16.. 
Not issued. 

Sept. 18. . 

Sept. 18. . 

Sept. 21 . . 

Sept. 21 . . 
Not issued . 

Sept. 22.. 



Gross 
Tons. 



202 
29 
66 

387 
63 
31 

470 
15 
56 
76 

312 

16 
29 
86 
45 
22 
14 
33 
12 
20 
4.5 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



6 
22 
18 
24 
41 
29 
21 
34 
52 

9 

157 
26 
52 
68 
28 
11 
71 
16 

240 
23 
22 
45 
41 
85 
73 
29 
54 
19 
33 
25 
59 
43 
17 
56 
57 
57 
34 
20 
13 
35 
11 
86 
54 
40 
29 
19 
68 



Screw, pass., Sault Ste. Marie River. , 

Screw, tug, Nortli Channel. 

Screw, tug, Sault Ste. Marie. 

Screw, pass., Pt. Arthur and Sault Ste. Marie. 

Screw ,tug, Sault Ste. Marie River. 

Screw, yacht, Georgian Bay. 

Screw, pass., Georgian Bay and Lake Huron. 

Screw, tug, fieorgian Bay. 

Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 

Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 

Screw, pass., Meaford and Wiarton coasting, Owen 

Sound Bay. 
Screw, yacht, Georgian Bay. 
Screw tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, tug, (ieorgian Bay. 
Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 
Paddle, tug, Georgian Bay 
Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, fisli tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, tvig. Georgian Bay. 

Screw, tug fish, I^ake Huron and Georgian Bay, 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Huron. 

jScrew, fish tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, tug, Lake Huron. 

'Screw, fish tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Huron. 

Screw, tug. North Channel. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake LIuron and vicinity. 

Screw, tug, Sault Ste. Marie and vicinity. 

Screw, tug, Sault Ste. Marie and vicinity. 

Screw, pass, ferry, Sault Ste. Marie. 

Screw, tug, Sault Ste. Marie River. 

Screw, tug, North Channel. 

Screw, tug. North Channel. 

Screw, tug. North Channel. 

Screw, tug. Blind River. 

Screw, pass., Killarney and Sault Ste. Marie. 

Screw, tug. North Channel. 

Screw, pass., Georgian Bay ports. 

Screw, tug. North Channel. 

Screw, fish tug. North Channel. 

Screw, tug. North Channel. 

Screw, tug, North Cliannel. 

Screw, pass. .Killarney and Blind River. 

Screw, pass., Killa.ney and Sault Ste. Marie. 

Screw, pass., Killarney and Sault Ste. Marie. 

Screw, pass.. Little Current and Tliessalon. 

Screw, fisli tug. North Channel. 

Screw, tug. North Channel and Lake Huron.. 

Screw, tug fish. North Channel. 

Screw, tug. North Channel. 

Screw, pass., Killarney and Sault Ste. Marie. • 

Screw, tug, Killarney and Blind River. 

Screw, pass. Sault Ste. Marie and French River 

Screw, pass., Sault Ste. Marie and Killarney. 

Screw, pass., Little Current and vicinity. 

Screw, tug, Nortli Channel. 

Screw tug. North Channel.. 

Screw, fish tug. North Channel. 

Screw, fish tug, North Channel. 

Screw, pass. Killarney and vicinity. 

Screw, pass., CoUingwood and Sault Ste. Marie. 

Screw, fish tug, North Channel. 

Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 

Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 

Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 

Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 



i 



64 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected, for the year ended June 30, 1906 — Continued. 

/ WEST ONTARIO. COLLINGWOOD HIV ISIO'H— Continued. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Xame of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Traveler . . 
Menodora. 
Minitaja. . 



Athabaska 

Alberta 

Manitoba 

Algonquin 

R.osedale 

Rosemount 

Tadousac 

Fairmount 

Midland King 

Mid' and Queen 

Dredge 9 

Glenellah 

Manitou 

Telegram 

Germanic 

City of Midland 

Majestic 

Britannic 

City of Windsor. . . . 

Alice G 

Leighton McCarthy. 

Annie M 

Ethyll Reid 

Hugh S 

W. H. Price 

C. A. Boone 

Saucy Jim 

Maggie May 

Caribou 

Robert A. Packer. . . 

John Haggart 

Philadelphia 

Shawanaga 

Captain Jim 

John J. Noble 

W. J. Emerson 

Commodore 

Gordon Gauthier. . . 

R. A. Mcl^ean 

C. E. Ainsworth.. . . 

Onaping 

B. -M. Fraser 

Lincoln 

Balize 

Thos. Maitland 

Dredge Frank.. . . . . 

Port Elgin Queen. . . 



200 
200 
200 
10 



1906. 

Nov. 23. 
Nov. 23. 
Nov. 23. 

1907. 



8 
12 



10 
185 
132 
570 
486 
519 
200 
175 



20. 
20. 
20. 
21. 
21. 
24. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

6. 

6. 



363 



W. E. Gladstone. 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 11 

April 11 

AprU 11.. 

April 11.. 

April 12. . 

AprU 12.. 

Apri 12., 

'AprU 12.. 

April 12.. 

April 12.. 

AprU 12.. 

AprU 12.. 

AprU 12., 

AprU 12. 

AprU 13 , 
Not issued 

.April 14. 
I Not issued 
Not issued 

AprU 18. 

AprU 18. 

.\prU 19. 

AprU 19. 

April 19. 

.A.pril 19. 

April 20. 

AprU 21. 

AprU 25. 

AprU 25. 

April 25. 

AprU 25. 

April 27. 

AprU 27. 

.A.prU 27. 

j 1906. 

Dec. 3. 

1907. 



Harrison | April 

Waubaushene i April 

Laura .M i April 

T. J. Jarmin 
Rover 



27. 
28. 
28. 
4. 
4. 




Harvey Neelon 



Gross 
Tons. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



438 ' Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
73 'Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 
73 Screw, tug, lakes and river. 



2,269 
2,282 
2,616 
1,806 
1,507 
1,580 
2,359 
1,895 
3.965 
1,993 
187 
2,272 
470 
198 
1,014 
974 
1,578 
428 
611 
36 
36 
33 
36 
24 
13 
44 
93 
46 
597 
1,027 
202 
148 
96 
58 
33 
28 
40 
26 
30 
76 
256 
50 
337 
247 
107 
185 
37 



59 



150 
97 
18 
47 
51 



IScrew, pass., Fort WUliam and Owen Soimd. 
Screw, pass.. Fort WUliam and Owen Sound. 
Screw, pass.. Fort William and Owen Sound. 
Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, jfreight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, pass., Duluth and Port Colbome. 
Screw, pass., Duluth and Montreal. 
Midland Harbour. 
Screw, pass., lakes and rivers. 
Screw, pass Lake Superior and Georgian Bay. 
iScrew, pass., Sault Ste. Marie and Owen Sound. 
jScrew, pass., lakes and rivers. 
Screw, pass., lakes and rivers.. 
Screw, pass., lakes and rivers. 
Paddle, pass., Windsor and Killarney. 
Screw, pass., Sault Ste. Marie. 
Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay, 
Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, fish tug, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, pass.. Lake Superior and Georgian Bay. 
Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, pass., Sault Ste. Marie River. 
Screw, pass.. Lakes Superior and Huron. 
Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 
Screw, fish tug, Lake Superior. 
Screw, fish tug, Lake Superior. 
Screw, tug, Sault Ste. Marie and vicinity. 
Screw, fish tug, Lake Superior. 
Screw, tug, Sault Ste. Marie and vicinity. 
Screw, fish tug, Lake Superior. 
Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 
Screw, pass., Sarnia and Lake Erie ports. 
Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
Owen Sound harbour. 
Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 



Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 



65 



Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, tug, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 
Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 
Screw, tug. Midland harbour. 



Screw, tug. Fort William and vicinity. 



I 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels, Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

WEST ONTARIO, COLLINGWOOD DIVISION— ConcZwded. 
J BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



65 



Name of Vessel. 



Arbutus 

Sandf ord 

Fred A. Hodgson. 

Esperanza 

City of Meaford. . 

Mizpah 

Charlie Jones. . . . 

John McRae 

Mabel M 

Crawford 

Annie Siemon.. . . 

Minnie M 

Lilly 

Charlton 

Gilphie 

City of Toronto. . 
General Weitzel . . 

Iota 

Florence M 

Ripple 

Bertha Endress. . 

C. E. Benhani 

Jessie M 

Jas. McKeon 

Espanola 

Winona 

Una 

Magnolia 

Home Rule 

Topsy 

Mabel G 

Victoria 

Minnicog 

Lucille 

John Lee, sr 



Sweet Mary 

Beaver 

Dredge Hackett. 

Lilly May 

Midland 

Voyageur 

City Queen 

Margherita 

Irene 

Idle Hour 

Maud D 

Waubaushene. . . 

J. C. Else 

Mayflower 

W. J. Strong.... 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



296 



255 



238 



300 



32 



/ L. 200 / 
\C. 284 1 



174 



Total. 



40 
'35' 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1907. 

May 16.. 
May 17.. 
Not issued 
May 18.. 
May 22. . 
Mav 22.. 
May 23 . . 
May 23 . . 
May 25 . . 
May 26. . 
May 26.. 
May 26. . 
May 28.. 
May 29. . 
Not issued 
June 6 . . 
June 11 . . 
June 11.. 
June 12. . 
June 12.. 
June 12. . 
Not issued 
Jime 14. . 
June 15. . 
June 16. . 
June 23 . . 
June 23 . . 
June 23 . . 
June 25 . . 
Not issued. 
Jime 25. . 
Not issued. 
Jime 26.. 
Not issued. 
June 26. . 

Not issued. 
June 26. . 
Jvme 26. . 
Not issued. 
June 27 . . 
June 27.. 
June 27 . . 
June 28. . 
Not issued. 
Not issued. 
June 28.. 
June 29.. 
Jime 29 . . 
June 29. . 
June 29.. 



Gross 
Tons. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



49 Screw, 
56 Screw, 
63 Screw, 

17 Screw, 
328 Screw, 

18 Screw, 
16 j Screw, 
34 Screw, 

7 [Screw, 

50 Screw, 

19 {Screw, 
613 'Screw, 

22 Screw, 



389 
19 
782 
32 
6 
8 
5 
32 



Screw, 
Screw, 
Paddle 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 



140 Screw, 



14 
36 
7 
231 
22 
367 
3 



Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 



9 Screw, 



10 
13 
35 
30 
88 

13 
29 
96 
10 
66 
44 
69 
31 
45 



Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 



tug, Georgian bay. 
tug, Georgian bay. 
tug, Georgian bay. 
tug, Georgian bay. 

pass., Sault Ste. Marie and Collingwood. 

yacht, Georgian bay. 

fish tug, Georgian bay. 

fish tug, Georgian bay. 

tug, Georgian bay. 

tug, lakes and rivers. 

tug, Georgian bay. 

pass., Georgian bay and Lake Huron, 
tug, Victoria harbour and vicinity, 
tug, lakes and rivers, 
tug. Lake Huron. 

, pass., Penetang and Georgian bay ports. 

tug, Sault Ste. Marie and vicinity. 

tug, Sault Ste. Marie river. 

yacht, Sault Ste. Marie river. 

tug, Sault Ste. Marie river. 

tug, Sault Ste. Marie river. 

tug. North Channel. 

Uig, North Channel. 

tug. Blind river. 

freight, Spanish river. 

pass., Midland and Georgian bay ports. 

tug, Georgian bay. 

tug, lakes and rivers. 

yacht, Georgian bay. 

passenger, Penetang and vicinity. 

yacht, Georgian bay. 

tug, Georgian bay. 

pass., Penetang and Point aux Baril. 

yacht, Georgian bay. 

passenger, Collingwood and Penetang. 



81 
135 
33 
26 
41 



Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 

Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 

Matchadash bay. 

Screw, tug, Matchadash bay. 

Screw, tug, Georgian bay. - 

Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 

Screw, passenger, Penetang and Point au.'c Baril. 
Screw, yacht, Georgian bay. 
Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 
Screw, yacht, Georgian bay. 

Screw, passenger, Penetang and Point aux Baril. 

Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 

Screw, tug, Georgian bay. 

Screw, pass., Penetang and Point aux Baril. 

Screw, tug. Georgian bay. 



43,296 



E. W. McKEAN, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



23—5 



66 



MARiyE AXD FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 

WEST ON'TARIO. COLLINGWOOD BlYlSlOii— Continued 
BOILERS AXB MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Tonnage 
Dues 
Gross and 
Tons. Inspection 
Fees Paid. 



Class of 'N'essel and where Employed. 



International . 
Ogemaw 



1900. 

Julv 12. 
April 16. 



Fortime July 11. . 

1907. 



Strathcona. . . . 

Theona 

A. E. Ames. . . . 

Neebing 

Donnacona. . . . 
J. H. Plummer. 
Turret Cape. . . 

Wexford 

King Edward. . 



Mar. 



April 



479 



19. . I 
22 I 
24. . 

4. . 

4. . 

4. . 

6. . 
11. . 
19. . 



Lakefield jNot Issued. 

Ogemaw Not issued. 

Total i 



I S cts. j 

144 Screw, pass. Sault Ste. Marie ami vicinity. 

594 Screw, pas.'=., Lake Huron and North 

Channel. 

200 Screw, pass., Sault Ste. Marie ferry. 



1,881 
1,.534 
1,637 
1,879 
1,906 
1,582 
1,827 
2,104 
571 

1.454 
594 



iScrew, freight, 

Screw, freight, 

Screw, freight, 

Screw, freight, 

Screw, freight, 

Screw, freight, 

Screw, freight 

Screw, freight 

45 68 Paddle, pass., 
ledo. 

Screw, freight, 

Screw, pass., 

channel. 



Duluth and Montreal. 
Duluth and Quebec, 
lakes and rivers, 
lakes and rivers. 
Duluth and Montreal. 
Duluth and Quebec. 
Duluth and Quebec, 
lakes and river?. 
Sault Ste. Marie and 



To- 



lakes and rivers. 
Lake Huron and 



North 



17,907 



45 68 



E. W. McKEAN, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

WEST ONTARIO, COLLINGWOOD DIVISION— Conhnued 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY CotliinUfd. 



67 



Name of Vessel. 



Wahnapitae 

G. W. Chamberlain 

Juno 

Clucas ; . . . . 

Wm. H. Siebold... 

Sea King 

The Belle 

J. H. Jones 

Shamrock 

Clipper 

Mills 

J. L. Beckwith 

Metamora 

Reginald 

W. L. Davis 

Lome Hale 

Reliance 

Rheata 

Maud S 

Ossifrage 

Odessa 

Total 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



153 

385 
28 
28 
22 
26 
31 

152 
14 
46 
11 
61 

239 

186 
46 
22 

311 
27 
14 

632 
12 



Registered 
Tonnage. 



2,446 



Remarks. 

Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 



95 

243 
19 
19 
15 
17 
18 
98 
10 

'29 
7 
33 

152 
13 
37 
14 

182 
18 
11 

303 
8 



Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 



tug. 
freight, 
fishing tug. 
fishing tug. 
fishing tug. 
fishing tug. 
fishing tug. 
passenger, 
fishing tug. 
tug. 

fishing tug. 
tug. 
tug. 
tug. 

fishing tug. 

tug. 

tug. 

tug. 

tug. 

passenger. 



1,341 



E. W. McKEAN, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



23— 5^ 



68 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1900. 

WEST ONTARIO DIVISION. 

HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 



Luella 

Ada Alice 

Norseman 

Iroquois 

City Queen 

Golspie 

Acacia 

John Hanlan. . . . 

Clark Bros 

City of Windsor. 

Canada 

Manitou 

Ottawa 

Emma 

Eleanor 

Lorna Doone. . . . 

Geraldine 

Minnie C 

Maud D 

John Lee, sr. . . . 



Number 

of Date 
Passen- Certificate 

gers Expires. 
Allowed. 



1906. 



100 

125 



July 
July 
July 



1. 
1. 
7. 



United Lumbermen. 

Mazeppa 

Abino 

Arlington 

J. G. Gidley 

Julian V. O'Brien. . . 

Caribou 

Hxiron 

Great Western 

Lansdowne 

International 

Haddington 

Comfort 

Marion 

Lillie Smith 

City of Dresden .... 

Glenellah 

Chiblow 

Lake Micliigan 

John Haggart 

Algoma 

Annie Moiles 

Edna Ivan 

Ahteek 

W. H. Seymour. . . . 

Iroquois 

George W. Cuyler . . 

Fred Davidson 

J. G. Gidley 

Hellen S 

J. H. Jones 

Minnie M 

City of New York . . 
Commodore Jarvi.s. . 
Andrew G. Smith. . . 
Tadousae 




174 

20 
170 
176 
145 
180 
294 
190 



250 
125 
34 
40 



July 11.. 

July 12.. 

July 17.. 

July 18.. 

July 19.. 

July 19.. 

July 21.. 

July 22. . 

July 27. . 

July 31.. 

Aug. 1 . . 

Aug. 1 . . 

Aug. 2.. 

Aug. 2. . 
Not issued 

Aug. 4. . 

Aug. 4. . 



210 
40 
90 
40 
25 
223 
191 
191 
200 



40 
40 



100 



40 



223 
650 
25 
40 
20 
19 
250 
20 
40 
40 
19 
200 
255 



30 



Aug. 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 



Rosedale 

Algonquin 

Glenellah 

Manitoba 

Athabasca 

Alberta 

Rosemount 

Robert A. Packer., 

Fairmount 

Seguin 

Arabian 

Cataract 



8 
10 
10 
200 
200 
200 



o. 
29. 
12. 
15. 
20. 
19. 
28. 
20. 
20. 
21. 
26. 
27. 
27. 
27. 
27. 
28. 

4. 
23. 

5. . 

20. . 

21. . 
23. . 

23. . 

24. . 
24. . 

25. . 

25. . 

26. . 
26. . 
28. . 
28. . 
30. . 

8. . 

9. . 
13. . 
20. . 



20 
8 



1907. 

April 10. . 

April 10. . 

April 10.. 

April 11.. 

April 11.. 

April 12.. 

April 13.. 

April 13.. 

April 14. . 

April 16 . . 

April 17.. 

April 18.. 



Gross 
Tons. 



38 
60 
620 
2,359 
69 
1,122 
107 
37 
92 
511 
312 
470 
2,431 
146 
84 
26 
25 



Class of \'essel and where Employed. 



80 
88 

399 
146 
8 
23 
57 
59 
597 
1,052 
1,080 
1,571 
851 
1,603 
14 
9 

275 
194 
2,272 
79 
573 
184 
157 
71 
54 
29 
85 
240 
56 
43 
57 
86 
152 
613 
292 
287 
387 
2,359 



1,507 
1,806 
2,272 
2,616 
2,269 
2,282 
1,580 
1,027 
1,895 

818 
1,073 

957 



Screw, pass., Toronto Bay. 

Screw, pass., Toronto Bay. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., Penetang and Pt. aux Baril. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., Hamilton and Burlington. 

Screw, pass., Toronto Bay. 

Screw, pass., Toronto Bay. 

Screw, pass., Soo and CoUingwood. 

Screw, pass., Owen Sound and Meaford. 

Screw, pass.. Lake Huron & Saginaw Bay. 

Screw, freight, Duluth and Prescott. 

Screw, pass., Point aux Baril and Penetang. 

Screw, Pass., Point aux Baril and Penetang. 

Screw, pass.. Point a\ix Baril and Moose Point. 

Screw, pass.. Point aux Baril and Penetang. 

Screw, pass.. Point aux Baril and Penetang. 
Screw, pass., CoUingwood and Penetang. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., Point aux Baril and Penetang. 

Screw, pass., Niagara River. 

Screw, pass., Toronto Bay. 

Screw, pass., Killarney and Soo. 

Screw, pass., Georgian Bay. 

Screw, pass., Owen Sound and Fort William. 

Screw, pass., Windsor and Detroit. 

Paddle, pass., Windsor and Detroit. 

Paddle, pass., Windsor and Detroit. 

Screw, freight, Sarnia and Port Huron. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., Sarnia and Amlierstbmg. 

Screw, pass., St. Clair River. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., Windsor and Lake Erie. 

Screw, freight, Quebec and Duluth. 

Scow, Blind River. 

Screw, freight. Fort William. 

Screw, pass., Soo and Blind River. 

Screw, pass., Pt. Iroquois and Bruce Mines. 

Screw, pass., Killarney and Soo. 

Screw, pa,, Little Current and Tliessalon. 

Screw, pass., Killarney and Soo. 

Screw, pass., Killarney and Blind River. 

Screw, pass., Georgian Bay. 

Screw, pass., Soo and French Rivers. 

Screw, pass., Soo and Killarney. 

Screw, pass., Soo and Killarney. 

Screw, pass., Soo and CoUingwood. 

Screw, pass.. Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. 

Screw, pass.. Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. 

Screw, freight, Dulutli and Prescott. 

Screw, freight, Toronto coasting. 

Screw, pass., Port Arthur and Soo. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 



Screw, pass., lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., lakes and rivers. 

Screw, pass., Owen Sound and Fort William. 

Screw, pass., Owen Sound and Fort William. 

Screw, pass., Owen Sound and Fort William. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. • 

Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



69 



WEST ONTARIO DIVISION— ConYtnucd. 
HULL INSPECTION — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Persia 

Chicora 

Corona 

Ongiara 

Telegram 

Germanic 

City of Midland. . 

Majestic 

Britannic 

City of Windsor.. 

Lakeside 

Chippewa 

Bickerdike 

Cuba 

Picton 

Hope 

JIaid of the Mist . 

R. Van Allen 

Premier 



Papoose 

Modjeska 

Macassa 

Haddington 

Saronic 

W. D. Matthews., 



Mayflower 

Primrose 

Shamrock 

Kathleen 

Huronic 

Ontario 

Jmio 

Monarch 

City of Chatham . 

Toronto 

Kingston 

Blue Bell 

Erin 

White Star 

City of Meaf ord . . 

Iroquois 

City of Montreal., 

Hiawatha 

Midland Queen.. . 

Mazeppa 

Maud D 

City Queen 

Winona 



City of Toronto . 

Manitou 

Canada 



Alaska 

N. Dyment. . . . 
Fanny Arnold., 
Scotch Thistle., 

Luella 

Ada Alice 

Island Queen . . 



Number 










of 


Date 




Passen- 


Certificate 


Gross 


gers 


Expires. 


Tons. 


Allowed. 












1907. 






125 


April 


18. . 


757 




872 


April 


19. . 


931 




1,456 


April 


19. . 


1,274 




245 


April 


19. . 


98 




198 


April 


20. . 


198 




570 


April 


20. . 


1,014 




486 


April 


20. . 


974 




519 


April 


21. . 


1,578 




200 


April 


21. . 


428 




175 


April 


21. . 


511 




524 


April 


23. . 


348 




2,000 


April 


23. . 


1,514 




10 


April 


27. . 


1,515 




82 


April 


28. . 


931 




275 


April 


28. . 


946 


> 


300 


April 


30. . 


170 




80 


April 


30. . 


62 






May 


3. . 


318 


L. 


3541 


May 


4. . 


337 


C. 


530 / 










162 


May 


4. . 


57 




950 


May 


8. . 


678 




712 


May 


8. . 


529 




10 


May 


12. . 


1,603 




200 


May 


14. . 


1,961 




10 IMay 


15. . 


3,965 


L. 


514 1 


May 


16. . 


637 


C. 


760/ 










900 


May 


17. . 


189 




900 


May 


17. . 


189 




413 


May 


17. . 


154 




217 


May 


17. . 


110 




340 


May 


18. . 


3,330 




500 


May 


19. . 


1,615 






May 


19. . 


288 




178 


May 


19. . 


2,017 




627 


May 


19. . 


362 




948 


May 


21. . 


2,779 




752 


May 


21. . 


2,925 




900 


May 


23. . 


752 






May 


26. . 


651 




738 


May 


30. . 


629 




296 


June 


1. . 


328 




8 


June 


2. . 


2 359 




230 


June 


9. . 


1,554 




300 


June 


11. . 


1.UO 




12 June 


12. . 


1,993 




200 , 


June 


18. . 


146 




40 


June 


18. . 


81 




174 1 


June 


18. . 


69 


L. 


250 \ : June 


19. . 


231 


C. 


300 / 1 










238 


June 


19. . 


782 




185 ' 


June 


20. . 


470 


L. 


300 \ 1 


June 


20. . 


312 


C. 


450 J 












June 


21.'. 


348 




25 !June 


26. . 


59 




30 jJune 


26. . 


73 




27 iJime 


27. . 


17 




100 ' 


June 


30. . 


38 




125 


June 


30. . 






336 


June 


30.. 


129 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, passenger, Montreal and Sarnia. 
Paddle, passenger, Toronto and Lake Ontario. 
Paddle, passenger, Toronto and Lake Ontario. 
Screw, passenger, Niagara river. 
Screw, passenger, Owen Sound and Soo. 
Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 
Paddle, passenger, Georgian Bay. 
Screw, passenger, CoUingwood and Soo. 
Screw, passenger, Toronto and St. Catherines. 
Paddle, passenger, Lake Ontario ports. 
Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and Sarnia. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Hamilton. 
Screw, passenger, Buffalo and Fort Erie. 
Screw, passenger, Niagara river. 
Screw, freight, Toronto and Lake Huron. 
Screw, passenger, Sarnia and Lake Erie. 

Screw, passenger, Port Huron and Amherstburg. 
Screw, passenger, Toronto and Hamilton. 
Screw, passenger, Toronto and Hamilton. 
Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 
Screw, passenger, Duluth and Windsor. 
Screw, passenger, Duluth and Buffalo. 
Paddle, passenger, Toronto and Lake Ontario. 

Paddle, passenger, Toronto bay. 

Paddle, passenger, Toronto bay. 

Paddle, passenger, Toronto bay. 

Screw, passenger, Toronto bay. 

Screw, passenger, Duluth and Wind.sor. 

Paddle, passenger, Detroit and Windsor. 

Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, passenger, Windsor and Duluth. 

Screw, passenger, Chatham and Detroit. 

Paddle, passenger, Lake Ontario. 

Paddle, passenger, Lake Ontario. 

Paddle, passenger, Toronto bay. 

vScrew, freight, lakes and rivers. 

Paddle, passenger, Buffalo and Crystal beach. 

Screw, passenger, CoUingwood and Soo. 

Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, passenger, Amherstburg and Port Huron, 

Screw, passenger, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, passenger, Pt. aux Baril and Penetang. 

Screw, passenger, Pt. aux Baril and Penetang. 

Screw, passenger, Pt. aux Baril and Penetang. 

Screw, passenger, Midland and Georgian bay. 

Paddle, passenger, Penetang and Georgian bay. 
Screw, passenger. Lake Superior and Georgian bay. 
Screw, passenger, Owen Sound and Georgian bay. 

Screw, freight, Montreal and Dulutn. 
Screw, passenger, Soo and Killarney. 
Screw, passenger, Soo and Killarney. 
Screw, passenger. Blind river. 
Screw, passenger, Toronto bay. 
Screw, passenger, Toronto bay. 
Screw, passenger, Toronto bay. 



70 MARIVIS AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 
Ste-OI Vessels Inspected but Registered elsewhere for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



WEST ONTARIO DIVISION. 

HX7L.L INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 


Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 


Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 


Gross 
Tons. 


Tonnage 
Dues 
and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 


Class of Vessel and wliere Employed. 

• 




1906. 




1 

S cts. 



Ogemaw 25 

International 45 

Fortune Ferry. . . . 

Arundell 6.50 

Michigan Central 

Transfer 

Transport 

Victoria 

Excelsior 

Pleasure 

Mascott 

Nellie H 

Welcome 

James Beard .... 
Grace Dormer. . . 
Omar D. Conger, 

Ariel 

Omar D. Conger. 
King Edward. . . 
Paliki 



135 



Monkshaven. 
Leafield 



Freight. 
Freight. 
Freight. 



493 



[April 
I Aug. 
July 
May 
Sept. 
I Sept. 
!Sept. 
'Sept. 
March 
'April 
May 
May 
Sept. 
I June 
|May 
'Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



11. . 
4. . 

11. . 
31. . 
13. . 
13. . 

12. . 
19. . 
30. . 
20. . 

8. . 

16. . 
21. . 
12. . 

17. . 
27. . 
29. . 
28. . 

27. . 

28. . 
22. . 
23. . 



1907. 



Freight.. . . April 
Freight. . . . April 
Freight. . . , April 
Freight. . . . April 
Freight. . . . .\pril 
Freight. . . . .A.pril 
.\pril 
.\pril 



2., 
2., 
9.. 
9. , 
13.. 
13. , 
14. 
14. , 
17. 
13. 



Turret Court 

Turret Chief 

Turret Cape 

Theano 

Wexford 

Strathcona 

Neebing ! Freight 

Donnacona Freight 

Wacondale Freight.. . . April 

A. E. Ames Freight.. . , .\pril 

City of Toledo 500 April 

O wana 1 , 200 March 29 . . 

Frank E. Kirby ' 1,100 April 5.. 

H. M. Pellatt ! Freight. . . . ;May 7. , 

Imperial Freight.. . . May 15. . 

Michigan 500 May 19., 

J. H. Plummer Freight.. . . June 4. . 

Grace Dormer 100 May 16.. 

James Beard Ferry May 11. . 

Nellie H Ferry May 11. , 

Columbia 3,566 May 8., 

Promise 1,200 March 27.. 

Excelsior I 424 March 27.. 

Pleasure 1,500 March 27.. 



Victoria. 



j 1906. 
Sept. 19. 
1907. 



594 I ; Screw, lakes and rivers. 

! Screw, St. Mary's river. 

200 I Screw, St. Mary's river. 

339 I Screw, Buffalo and Crystal beach. 

1,522 i Paddle, Duluth and Windsor. 

1,511 I Paddle, Duluth and Windsor. 

1,595 I Paddle, Duluth and Windsor. 

! Screw, Duluth and Windsor. 

Screw, Duluth and Windsor. 

Screw, Duluth and Windsor. 



192 
229 
490 



25 
140 
87 
66 
196 
202 
196 
571 
1.57S 
1,415 
1,454 



1,879 
1,881 
1,827 
1,534 
2,104 
1,881 
1,879 
1,906 
1,554 
1,637 
1,004 
747 
532 
1,592 
796 
1,730 
1,582 
66 
87 
25 
969 
473 
229 
490 



192 



45 68 



138 40 



Screw, Point Edward and Huron 

Screw, St. Clair River. 

Screw, Sarnia and Port Huron. 

Screw, Sarnia and Port Huron. 

Screw, St. Clair river. 

Screw, Detroit river. 

Screw, St. Clair river. 

Paddle, Soo and Toledo. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 



Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Paddle, N. W. lakes, bays and rivers. 

Paddle, Amherstburg and Port Huron. 

Paddle, N. W. lakes, bays and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Paddle, Detroit and Windsor. 

Screw, lakes and rivers. 

Screw, St. Clair River. 

Screw, Sarnia and Port Huron. 

Screw, Point Edward and Fort Gratiot. 

Screw, N. W. lakes and rivers. 

Screw, Detroit and Windsor. 

Screw, Detroit and Windsor. 

Screw, Detroit and Windsor. 



Screw, Detroit and Windsor. 







March 28 . . 


248 




800 


March 27 . . 


224 


State of New York . . . 


300 


May 31.. 


807 




245 


June 17 . . 


81 




500 


June 1 


538 




479 


June 28. . 


571 


Tashmoo 


3,500 


May 4. . 


1,344 




3,000 


May 4.. 


1,392 


• 




1906. 




Niagara 




Oct. 27.. 


213 




1 Ferry 



Screw, Detroit and Windsor. 
Screw, Windsor and Detroit. 
Paddle, Windsor and Detroit. 
Screw, N. W. lakes and bays. 
Paddle, N. W. lakes and bays. 
Paddle, Soo and Toledo. 
Paddle, lakes Erie and Huron. 
1,392 Paddle, N. W. lakes, bays and rivers. 



Screw, Niagara river. 



W. EVANS, 

Hull Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



71 



EAST ONTARIO, KINGSTON DIVISION. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 



Name of Vessel. 



Nile 

L,awrence C 

Bluebell 

lady of the Isles, Gasol 

Riverview 

Lakefield 

Empress 

Majestic 

Hazlitt 

Stoney Lake 

Rover 

McClintock 

White Star 

Ajax. 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



I 



IQOfi. 
June 1 . 
June 1 . 



10 



224 
140 



272 



July 
Julv 
July 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 



8. 
10 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 



Ogemah 

Esturion 

■Calumet 

Pearl 

Lady of the Lake. 



17.5 
.300 
18 
6 



Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 



10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 



Hiawatha . 



Maple Leaf 

Sovereign. 

Marie Louise 

Baptist 

Cora 

Stranger 

Alexandra 

Waterwitch 

Dauntless 

Dawn 

JCawartha 

Wawinet 

Manita 

Kathleen 

Beaver 

Hockaway 

Rainbow 

Rob Roy 

City of Peterboro'. 

Water Lily 

Beaver 

Mermaid 

S*. Charles 

Frontenac 

Dolce 

Nipissing 

St. Paul 

Prince Edward.. . . 

Trent 

Mohawk Queen. . . . 

Florence 

Lillian B 

Commodore 

Kilbirnie 

Tropic 

Stranger 

Nellie 

Wenonah 

■Geraldine 

Aileen 

San Toy 

Etty 

Trudeau 

Sir Richard 

Jopl 

Princess Louise. . . 



1907. 
July 10. 
1900. 



i.Julv 10. 
July 10. 



40 



15 



145 
145 



138 



310 
125 
40 



Julv 
July 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
JulV 
July 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 



20 



200 
20 



10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
28. 



April 15 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 8 

Aug. 8 
Aug. 



kng. 10. 
Aug. 10. 
Aug. 14. 



40 



40 
40 



Aug. 15. 

Aug. 15. 

Aug. 15 . 

Aug. 15 . 

Aug. 16. 

Aug. 16. 

Aug. 17 . 



Aug. 25 . 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 30 . 

Sept. 4 . 



Gross 
Tons. 



9(1 30 

46 54 

11 97 

4 55 

4 76 

43 36 

84 48 

67 77 

23 70 

155 82 

19 06 

20 72 
8 88 

32 97 

71 75 

139 .39 

21 87 
6 39 

32 95 



22 25 



20 08 
44 92 
32 19 

7 51 
22 61 
.53 41 
104 92 
17 70 

3 38 
20 20 
16 69 
67 . 90 
34.10 
37.36 
91.50 

6.80 
50.69 
12.17 
224 . 29 
53.93 
18.00 
10.95 
26.44 
110.76 

4.74 
100.00 
45.00 
18.22 
19.51 
16.01 

6.70 

3.76 

3.06 
15.23 

8.86 
65.26 

6.82 

5.59 
17.90 
24.00 
Gasoline. . . 
Gasoline. . . 



Class of ^'essel and where Employed. 



100.00 
10.54 
26.36 



Screw, fi eight, Rideau canal. 
Screw, tug, R. St. Lawrence. 
Screw, private yacht. 
Screw, R. St. Lawrence. 
Screw, Kingston and Brockville. 
Screw, tug, Stoney lake. 
Screw, Cos., Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, Cos. Victoria and Peterboro. 
Paddle, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Paddle, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Paddle, tug, \'ictoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Paddle, pass., Victoria and Peterboro. 
Paddle, pa.ss., Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, pass., V ictoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, pass., Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 



Screw, tug, V'ictoria and Peterboro. 



Screw, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug. Victoria and Peterboro. 
Paddle, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, pass.. Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug, Mctoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, tug, Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, pass., Victoria and Peterboro. 
jScrew, tug. Victoria and Peterboro. 
I Screw, pass., Victoria and Peterboro. 
Screw, pleasure yacht. 

[Screw, passenger, Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
[Screw, passenger, Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
IPaddle, tug, Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
I Paddle, tug. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
Screw, passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
Screw, private yacht. 

Twin screw, Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
Screw, passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
Screw, passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
Screw.^private yacht. 

Screw, tug. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 

Screw, tug, River St. Lawrence. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Brockville. 

Dredge. 

Screw, Canal and River St. Lawrence. 

Paddle, passenger, Glenora and Adolphustown. 

Paddle, tug. Bay of Quinte. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, fish tug. Bay of Quinte. 

Screw, Carleton Place and Innisville. 

Screw, Carleton Place and Innisville. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 

Screw, River St. Lawrence. 

Screw, River St. Lawrence. 

Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence. 

Dredge. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 
Screw, passenger, Cornwall and Dundee. 



72 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

■ 5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

EAST ONTARIO, KINGSTON DIVISION— (ion«tnwed. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued, 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Annie Barrett. 
Mary Ellen. . . . 

Gracie 

Ivy 

Grenada 



Mabel C. 



37 
29 
80 



A. B. Cooke. . . 

Emile 

Capital 

D. Stewart. . . . 

Umbria 

John Hunter. . . 

Myra 

M. & W 

Margaret 

Beaver 

Wm. Johnston. 



Aletha 

Navajo 

Reliance 

Rescue 

Resolute 

Ranger 

Arctic 

Ella Ross 

Gordon Campbell.. . . 

Wolfe Islander 

Emerson , 

Bothnia , 

Lake Michigan , 

Jessie Bain , 

lona , 

Advance.- , 

David G. Thomson. . , 

Glide 

H. F. Bronson 

D. D. Calvin 

India , 

Simla 

Jessie Hall 

Parthia , 

Lloyd S. Porter , 

Aberdeen 

Alexandria 

Ralph T. Holcomb. . . 

Wherenow 

S and Y 

Rideau Queen , 

Rideau King 

City of Owen Sound . , 

Armenia 

Mary P. Hall 

Pierrepont 

Valeria 

Varima 

America 

Westport 

Edmond 

Naiad 

Kate 

Argyle 

John Randall 

Skylark 



20 



350 



25 
25 
25 



Dat« 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



1907. 
Aug. 10.. 
1906. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

-"^-Ug. 

Aug. 27 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 1 



1907. 



300 



175 



150 



300 



100 



238 
300 
193 



400 
40 
275 
600 



800 



March 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
! April 
I April 
April 
I April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



28. 

2. 

4. 

4. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

7. 

9. 
10. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
14. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
17. 
17. 
1^ 
21. 
23. 
24. 

24..; 

24. . 

26. .1 

27. . I 
27. . I 
27.. i 
27. . I 

25. . I 

1. . 
30. . 

2. . 

3. . 
7. . 

10. . 
11. . 

14. . 

15. . 
1. . 

16. . 
17. . 
17. . 



Gross 
Tons. 



41.89 
20.22 
10.50 
7.43 
57.00 



4.48 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, tug, River St. Lawrence. 

Screw, tug, River St. Lawrence. 

Paddle, passenger, Cornwall and Stanley Island. 

Screw, passenger, Cornwall and Stanley Island. 

Screw, passenger, Cornwall and Dundee. 



Screw, Cornwall and Dundee. 



34.17 Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence 

11.80 Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence. 

100.00 Dredge. 

295.21 Dredge. 

42.98 iScrew, tug. River St. Lawrence 

32.14 Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence. 

73.21 Screw, tug, River St. Lawrence. 

8.48 Screw, pas.senger, Gananoque and Alexandria bay. 

18.96 Screw, private yacht. 

40.88 Screw, tug, Iliver St. Lawrence. 

94.72 Screw, tug, River St. Lawrence. 



171.27 
179.32 
239.14 

52.29 
371.86 

13.83 
100.51 
324.88 
1,157.98 
223.95 
276.47 
833 . 36 
573.28 

66.58 
231.53 
1,030.60 
185.05 

77.90 
137.12 
749.53 
976.49 
1,490.04 

56.54 
198.13 
488.63 
141.86 
863.15 
374.90 

47.78 

11.40 
350 . 75 
265 . 92 
754.07 
467.44 
103.78 
251.98 

51.55 
134.04 
520.53 

80.27 

39.10 

15.41 

22.41 
700.29 
194 . 45 

43.29 



Screw, passenger, Brighton and Montreal. 
jScrew, freight. Lake Ontario and River St. Lawrence. 
Twin screw, passenger, Chicago and Quebec. 
Screw, passenger, Deseronto and Picton. 
Twin screw, passenger, Chicago and Quebec. 
Screw, tug, Bay of Quinte. 
Screw, freight, River St. Lawrence. 
Paddle, passenger, Brighton and Prescott. 
Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 
Paddle, passenger, Kingston and Prescott 
Screw, tug, River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, freight, Chicago and Quebec. 
Screw, freight. Fort William and Montreal 
Screw, passenger, Trenton and Prescott. 
Screw, freight, Chicago and Montreal, 
Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence. 
Twin screw, tug, River St. Lawrence, 
Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, freiight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 
Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence. • 
Paddle, tug. River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, freight, Chicago and Quebec. 
Screw, freight, lake and river. 
Paddle, passenger, Charlotte and Quebec. 
Screw, freight, all lakes and rivers. 
Screw, passenger, Kingston and Prescott. 
Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston, Montreal and Ottawa. 
Screw, passenger, Kingston , Montreal and Ottawa. 
Paddle, passenger, Newcastle and Toronto. 
Screw, freight, Saguenay river and Lake Ontario. 
Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence. 
Paddle, passenger, Trenton and Prescott. 
Screw, passenger, Morrisburg and Waddington. 
Screw, pas.senger, Brighton and Prescott. 
Paddle, passenger, Trenton and Montreal. 
Screw, freight, Rideau Canal. 
Screw, tug, Rideau canal. 
Screw, private yacht. 
Screw, private yacht. 

Paddle, pass.. Lake Ontario and River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, freight, Kingston and Ottawa. 
Screw, private yacht. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906 — Concluded. 

EAST ONTARIO, KINGSTON BIYISION—Contimted. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



73 



Name of Vessel. 



Turbinia 

North King , 

Water Lily , 

Aurelia 

Trenton 

Annie Lake 

Reindeer 

Jessie Forward 

Wenona , 

Chiefton III 

Monarch 

Rover 

Lady of the Lake. . 

Brockville 

Victoria 

Niagara 

Caspian 

Blue Bell 

Magedoma 

Leone 

Vernon, jr 

Myrtle 

Illecillewaet 

International 

Vacuiia 

Cardinal 

City of Belleville. . . 

Antelope 

Lee 

Dean 

Kinirving 

Laura B (gasoline). 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



1,550 
526 



40 
125 



180 



358 
186 
450 
500 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1907. 

May 18. 

May 18. 

May 1. 

May 21. 

May 21. 

May 22 . 

May 22 . 

May 22. 



May 28 . 
July 10. 



20 



200 
115 
40 



Total. 



May 31. 

June 5 . 

June 8. 

April 13. 

June 15. 

June 16. 

June 19 . 

June 19. 



June 20 . 



June 21. 

Jime 20 . 

June 22. 

June 20. 

June 27 . 

June 27 . 

June 28. 

Jun 29. 

June 25 . 



Gross 
Tons. 



1,064.40 
872.95 
95.09 
32.05 
100.00 
18.52 
58.29 
5.64 



355.11 
73.70 
19.06 
32.95 

190.75 
58.10 

396.43 

957.44 
11.97 

138.21 
4.26 



7.14 
15.69 
395.31 
51.77 
236.55 
101.17 
19.59 
8.73 
18.28 
145.40 
1.73 



24,552.93 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Turbine, triple screw, Toronto and Hamilton. 
Paddle, passenger. Lake Ontario and Prescott. 
Screw, freight. Lake Ontario and river. 
Screw, tug, canal and river. 
Dredge. 

Screw, passenger, Brighton and Prescott. 

Paddle, passenger, Napanee and Prinyers' cove. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Paddle, tug, River St.^ Lawrence. 

Screw, passenger, Counties Victoria and PeterbDro'. 

Paddle, alligator tug, Cos. Victoria and Peterboro'. 

Screw, tug. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Cornwall. 

Screw, passenger, Trenton and Cornwall. ' 

Screw, passenger, Toronto and Montreal. 

Paddle, passenger, Charlotte and Prescott. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Prescott, 

Screw, private yacht. 

Screw, tug. River St. Lawrence. 

Screw, private yacht. 

Twin screw, freight, Prescott and Ogdensburg. 

Screw private yacht. 

Twin, screw freight. River St. Lawrence. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Prescott. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 

Screw, fish tug. Bay of Quinte. 

j Screw, freight, Rideau canal. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Brockville. 



T. P. THOMPSON, 

Steaviboat Inspector. 



74 



MARIXE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VI!., A. 1905 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the vear ended June 30, 

1906 



EAST OXTARIO, KINGSTON DIVISION'. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Capt. Dave Waggoner. 

Castanet 

Idler 



Aida. 



I Wpnder 

New York 

Sophia 

Virginia 

Sirius 

Outing , 

Mary , 

Nightingale 

Algoma 

Wm. Armstrong. 



New Island Wanderer. 

Ramona 

St. Lawrence 



Aida. 



Islander 

Captain Dave Wag- 
goner 

Island Belle 

Riverside 

H. P. Bigelow 

Sirius 

Day Dream 

Total 



170 
866 



32 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



500 May 



June 
May 



2. 
13. 
16. 



1906. 
Oct. 17. 
1907. 

470 May 5. 



400 


Mav 


30. . 


300 


May 


18. . 


.50 


June 


21. . 


50 


Mav 




30 


May 


It: 



Gross 
Tons. 





1906. 




22 


June 14. . 


19 


175 


May 20 . . 


54 


30 


June 21.. 


57 




1905. 




32 


Oct. 12. . 


37 




1906. 




24 


July 12.. 


16 


800 


July 13.. 


294 


25 


June 21.. 


16 


35 


Mav 18.. 


21 


50 


May 13. . 


22 


40 


July 26. . 


15 


350 


June 3. . 


174 


100 


Sept. 4. . 


56 


175 


Aug. 10 . . 


92 




Nov. 10 . . 


181 




1907. 





Tonnage 
Dues 
and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



S cts. 



. Screw, passenger, River St. Lawrence. 
. Screw, passenger, River St. Lawrence. 
.; Screw, passenger, River St. Lawrence. 



Screw, passenger, River St. Lawrence. 



Screw, passenger, River St. Lawrence. 
Pad., pass., Kingston and Ft. Covington. 
Screw, passenger. River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, passenger, River St. Lawxence. 

River St. Lawrence. 
River St. Lawrence. 
River St. La-wrence. 
River St. Lawrence. 
River St. Lawrence. 



bcrew, passenger. 
Screw, passenger, 
Screw, passenger, 
Screw, passenger, 
Screw, passenger. 



Screw, Ogdensburg and Prescott. 



123 Screw, passenger. River St. Lawrence. 

57 (Screw, Tibbetts' Pt. and Ogdensburg. 

312 Paddle, pass., C. Vincent & Ft. Covington 



37 ' 'Screw, passenger. River St. Lawrence. 



118 

19 

89 
90 
46 
22 
10 

1,977 



Paddle, passenger. River St. Lawrence. 

Screw, passenger, River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, passenger. RiverJSt. Lawrence. 
Screw, passenger. River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, passenger, River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, passenger. River St. Lawrence. 
Screw, passenger. River St. Lawrence. 



T. P. THOMPSON 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 75 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 19U6. 



EAST ONTARIO] DIVISION. 





Gross 


Registered 


Remarks. 


Name of Vessel. 










Tonnage. 


Tonnage. 


Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 




2.40 


1.65 


Not in commission. 


Minnie May 


10.20 


8.00 


Not in commission. 




12.96 


8.82 


Not in commission. 




5.52 


3.75 


Left this district. 




5.88 


4.00 


Left this district. 


Mary Ethel 


98.61 


56.13 


Left this district. 


Total 


135.57 


82.35 





THOS. P. THOMPSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



76 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Ste.^i Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30 1906. 
EASTERN ONTARIO, KINGSTON DIVISION. 



HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Ellen. 



Wherenow 

Lady of the Isles . 

Kathleen 

Manita 

Esturion 

Dauntless 

Kawartha 

Cora 

City of Peterboro' . 

WaterlLly 

Beaver 

Rainbow 

Empress 

Stoney Lake 

Majestic 

Ogemah 

Pearl 

Calumet 

Mineta 

Navajo.. 

Dolce 

Lillian B 

Nellie 



P. 
M. 



401 

30 ; 

100 
10 
145 
14.5 



July 14. 
July 15 . 



1906. 

July 4. . 

July 7. . 
Not issued, 

July 13., 

July 13.. 

300 July 14. 
15 " 
25 

40 July 15. 

310 July 17. 

160 July 17. 

40 July 18. 

138 July 18. 

224 ljuly 18. 

272 July 18. 

140 July 19. 

175 I July 19. 

18 iJulv 19. 

18 [July 20. 

30 Ijuly 21., 
July 28. 

15 

20 

20 



Stranger. 



Aileen 

Cardinal 

Linden 

Jopl 

Princess Louise. 

Ivy.. . 

Gracie 

Grenada 

Dorcas 

Tecumseh 



Aug. 3. 
Aug. 15 . 
Aug. 16. 

' 1905. 

75 I Sept. 10. , 

1906. 

40 Aug. 16.. 
Aug. 21. , 

18 Aug. 24.. 

40 Aug. 30.. 

40 Sept. 13.. 

29 Sept. 13.. 

37 Sept. 14., 

80 Sept. 14. . 

16 Not issued, 
Oct. 4.. 



Navajo 

Strathmore 

Erindale ! 

Zona I 

Reliance i 

Resolute j 

Rescue i 

Ella Ross 

Aletna 

Bothnia j 

India 

Simla „. i 

D. D. Calvin 

Jessie Bain 

Advance 

Wolfe Islander 



M. & W. . » . 



Lloyd S. Porter .... 
Ralph. T. Holcomb. 

Valeria 

W'L erenow 

Alexandria 



I 1907. 

! April 2. 

April 9. 

193 'April 10. 

lApril 11. 

25 -April 13. 

25 April 13. 

25 April 14. 

300 April 14. 

350 April 16. 

April 17. 

i April 17. 

April 18. 

April 18. 

150 April 18. 
April 20. 

175 April 20. 

I 1906. 

20 Sept. 27. 
1907. 



April 23. 

April 24. 

40 April 25. 

125 April 26. 

300 April 27. 



Gross 
Tons. 



25 



Class of Vessel ani where Employed. 



Screw, passenger, Kingston and Montreal. 



48 Screw, 

5 Screw, 
37 Screw, 
34 iScrew, 

139 iScrew, 

3 .Screw, 

17 Screw, 
23 Screw, 

224 Screw, 

.54 Screw, 

18 Screw, 
51 Screw, 
84 Screw, 

156 Screw, 

68 Screw, 

72 |Screw, 

6 :Screw, 
22 Screw, 
11 Screw, 

179 Screw, 

5 Screw, 

4 Screw, 

7 'Screw, 



passenger, Kingston and Prescott. 
passenger, Kingston and Brockville. 
passenger, Coimties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger, Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Mctoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
pas.senger, Coimties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
pas.senger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger, Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger, Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger. Counties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger, Covmties Victoria and Peterboro'. 
passenger, Muskoka Lakes, 
freight, Brighton and Montreal, 
passenger, Kingston and Brockr\'ille. 
passenger, Carleton Place and Innisville. 
passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 



65 



Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 



24 Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 

237 Screw, freight. Fair Haven and Montreal. 

4 Screw, passenger, Burks Falls and Magnetewan. 

11 Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 

26 Screw, passenger, Cornwall and Dundee. 

7 Screw, passenger, Cornwall and Stanley Island. 

11 Paddle, passenger, Cornwall and Stanley Island. 

57 Screw, passenger, Cornwall and Dundee. 

3 Screw, passenger, Prescott and Alexandria Bay. 

840 Screw, freight, lakes and rivers, 



179 Screw, freight. Lake Ontario and River St. Lawrence. 

1,158 Screw, freignt, lakes and rivers. 

754 Paddle, passenger, Newcastle and Toronto. 

232 Screw, freight, Chicago and Montreal. 

239 Screw, passenger, Chicago and Quebec. 

372 Screw, passenger, Chicago and Quebec. 

.52 Screw, passenger, Deseronto and Picton. 

325 Paddle, passenger, Brighton and Prescott. 

171 Screw, passenger, Brighton and Montreal. 

833 Screw, freight, Chicago and Quebec. 

976 Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 

1,490 Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 

750 Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 

67 Screw, jjassenger, Trenton and Prescott... 

1,031 Screw, freight, Duluth and Quebec. 

224 Paddle, passenger, Kingston and Prescott. 



Screw, pass., Gananoque, Clayton & Alexandria Bay. 



489 ;Screw, freight, Chicago and Quebec. 

375 Screw, freight, lakes and rivers. 

52 Screw, passenger, Morrisburg and Waddington. 

48 Screw, passenger, Kingston and Prescott. 

863 ! Paddle, passenger, Charlotte and Quebec. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected, for the year ended June 30, 1906 — Concluded. 



77 



EASTERN ONTARIO, KINGSTON DIVISION— Concluded. 

HULL INSPECTION. • 



Name of Vessel. 



Rideau King.- 



Pierrepont. 
Stranger' . . 
America.. . . 



Annie Lake 
Reindeer . . . 
Argyle 



White Star 

Antelope 

North King 

Prince Edward. . . 

Varuna 

John Randall .... 
Rideau Queen .... 

Wanita 

Armour 

Joe 

Empress Victoria. 

Gem 

Dortha 

Mary Louise 

Maple Leaf 

Charlie M 

Nipissing 

Muskoka 

Kenozha 

Medora 

Islander 

Shamrock 

Morinus 

Ahmic 

Constance 

Nymph 

Mineta 

Linden 

Oriole 

Florence Main. . . . 

Geneva 

Islay 

Ella 

Lakefield 

Champion 

Rob Roy 

Agnes 

Caspian 

Niagara 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



R 150 
C 300 
400 
200 
M 400 \ 
P 600 J 
40 
125 
L 5351 
R 800/ 



115 
525 
10 
275 



238 
109 
240 
40 
100 
38 
40 
36 
20 
32 
328 
299 
319 
600 
173 
7 
25 
125 
38 
40 
35 



Laura B. . . 
Brockville 
Victoria. . . 



City of Belleville. 
International . . . . 

Leone 

Riverview 



125 
175 
215 
300 
10 
40 
40 
10 
20 
500 
L 250 
R 450 

8 

358 
C 1251 
P 186/ 
200 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1907. 

April 30.. 

May 3.. 

May 12.. 

May 14.. 

M.ay 18. . 

May 18.. 

May 21.. 

Not issued . 

May 23. . 

May 23.. 

May 30 . . 

May 30 

June 2 
June 
June 
I June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



4. , 
7. , 
7. 
8. 
9. , 
9. , 
9. 



20 
20 



June 11 . . 

June 11.. 

.Tune 11 . . 

June 11.. 

iJune 12. . 

June 12.. 

'June 12.. 

June 12.. 

June 03 . . 

June 13. . 

Jime 13. . 

iJune 13. . 

IJune 14. . 

June 14. . 
Not issued. 

June 15 . . 

June 16. . 

June 18. . 

June 19 . . 

June 19. . 

June 19. . 

June 19. . 

June 19. . 

June 19. . 

June 21.. 

June 22 . . 

June 25. . 

June 26. . 

June 26 . . 

June 26. . 

June 26 . . 

June 28. . 

June 28 . . 



Cross 
Ton.s. 



266 

252 
88 
521 

19 
58 
701 

629 
25 
873 
188 
134 
194 
351 
44 
191 
57 
106 
27 
51 
64 
32 
50 
275 
197 
225 
377 
165 
6 
10 
77 
52 
29 
11 
4 
75 
79 
92 
175 
15 
33 
42 

5 
14 
957 
396 

2 

191 

58 

101 

395 
4 
5 



Class of ^■essel and wherelEmployed. 



Screw, passenger, Kingston, Montreal and Ottawa. 

Paddle, passenger, Trenton and Prescott. 
Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 
'Paddle, passenger, Trenton and Montreal. 

Screw, passenger, Brighton and Prescott. 
Screw, passenger, Prinyers Cove and Napanee. 
Paddle, pass., L. Ontario and Riv. St. Lawrence. 

Paddle, Buffalo and Crystal Beach. 
Screw, passenger, Kingston and Ottawa. 
Paddle, passenger, Lake Ontario and Prescott. 
Paddle, passenger, Glenora and Adolphustown. 
Screw, passenger, Brighton and Prescott. 
Screw, freight, Kingston and Ottawa. 
Screw, passenger, Kingston, Montreal and Ottawa. 
Screw, passenger, Burks Falls and Ahmic Harbour. 
Screw, passenger, Burks Falls and Ahmic Harbour. 
(Screw, passenger, Huntsville Waters. 
Screw, passenger, Huntsville Waters. 
Screw, passenger, Huntsville Waters and Pt. Sidney. 
Screw, passenger, Huntsville Waters. 
Portage and Lake of Bays. 
Portage and Lake of Bays. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Paddle, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Muskoka lakes. 

Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenoer, Muskoka lakes. 
Screw, passenger, Portage and Lake of Bays. 
Screw, passenger. Lake Couch iching and Simcoe. 
Screw, passenger, Lake Couchiching and Simcoe. 
Screw, passenger, Lake Couchiching and Simcoe. 
Screw, passenger, Severn and Sparrow lake. 
Screw, passenger, Severn and Sparrow lake. 
Screw, passenger, Severn and Sparrow lake. 
Screw, passenger, Belle Ewart and Roaches Point. 
Paddle, passenger, Charlotte and Prescott. 
Screw, passenger, Toronto and Montreal. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Brockville. 
Screw, passenger, Kingston and Cornwall. 
Screw, passenger, Trenton and Cornwall. 

Screw, passenger, Kingston and Prescott. 
Screw, freight, Prescott and Ogdensburg. 
Screw, passenger, Kingston and Prescott. 
Screw, passenger, Kingston and Brockville. 



M. R. DAVIS, 

Hull Inspector. 



78 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD Vil., A. 1906 

Steaxi Yesse's Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 

EAST ONTARIO, KINGSTON DIVISION— Conimwed. 
HULL INSPECTION — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Nimiber 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Island Belle. . . 

Mary 

Henry Plumb. 

Castanet 

Idler 



Aida. 



I Wonder 

New York 

Virginia 

Sophia 

Outing 

Captain Dave Wagoner 

Sirius 

Nightingale 

Algoma 

Wm. Armstrong 



New Island Wanderer. 



Aida 

St. Lawrence 
Riverside . . . . 

Sirius 

Day Dream . . 
Ramona . . . . 
H. P. Biglow. 

Virginia 

Island Belle.. 

Niagara 

Islander 



JL 3501 
1 R 500 / 



866 
500 
50 
30 
170 
50 
35 
200 
R 400 
L 15 



R 
L 



31 
350 



R 500 



32 



Date 




Certificate 


Gross 


Expires. 


Tons. 


1906. 




June 1 . . 


89 


June 3. . 


174 


Jime 13. . 


92 


May 20.. 


54 


June 21.. 


57 


1905. 




Oct. 12. . 


37 


1906. 




July 12.. 


16 


Not issued. 


OA /I 


May 18. . 


21 


June 21 . . 


1 c 

lo 


July 26. . 


15 


June 14. . 


19 


May 13.. 


22 


Sept. 4. . 


56 


Aug. 10. . 


92 


Nov. 10. . 


181 


1907. 




May 2. . 


123 


1906. 




Oct. 17.. 


37 


1907. 




May 16. . 


312 


May 18. . 


90 


May 15.. 


22 


May 15 . . 


10 


June 13. . 


57 


June 21.. 


46 


May 18. . 


21 


May 30.. 


89 


May 29 . . 


36 


May 5 . . 


118 



Tonnage 
Dues 
and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 



$ cts. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, pass., R. St. L. & 15 miles on lake. 
Screw, pass., C. Vincent & Ft. Covington. 
Screw, ferry, Ogdensburg and Prescott. 



Screw, passenger, St. Lawrence River. 



Screw, pass., C. Vincent and Ogdensburg. 
Pad., pass., Tibbets Pt. & Ft. Covington. 
S., pass., C. Vincent & Ft. Covington. 
Screw, pass., St. L. R. & 15 miles on lake. 
Screw, pass., C. Vincent & Ft. Covington. 
Screw, pass., C. Vincent and Ogdensburg. 
Screw, pass., C. Vincent & Ft. Covington. 
Screw, pass., Tibbets P. & Ft. Covington. 
Screw, pass., L. Ont. & R. St. Lawrence. 
Screw, ferry, Prescott and Ogdensburg. 



Screw, pass., R. St. L. & 15 miles on lake. 



Screw, pass., R. St. L. & 15 miles on lake. 



Pad., pass., C. Vincent <fe Ft. Covington. 
Screw, pass., St. L. R. & Ft. Covington. 
Screw, pass., C. Vincent & Ft. Covington. 
Screw, pass., C. Vincent & Ft. Covington" 
Screw, Pass., Tibbets Pt. & Ogdensburg. 
Screw, pass., C. Vincent and Ogdensburg. 
Screw, pass., C. Vincent & Ft. Covington. 
Screw, pass., river and 15 miles on lake. 

iScrew, pass., river and 15 miles on lake. 



M. R. DAVIS, 

Htdl Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels, Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

MONTRAEL DIVISION. 



79 



BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 



Name of Vessel. 



Filgate 

Edmond 

Sand King 

Bout de L'Isle. . 

Lancaster 

Dredge Premier. 

Isleway 

Sarto 

John 

John Thompson. 

II. Trudel 

Blanche 

Geisha 

Ville Marie 

Jubilee 

Alexandra 

Lady Minto 

Alert 

Beaver 

Mink 

North River. . . . 

Otter 

Clyde 

Alice 

Meteor 

Temiskaming. . . 

Temagami 

Bobs 

Marie 

Richelieu 

Garnet 

Agnes 

Mildred 

Ruth 

Eva 

White Star 

Missisquoi 

Willie C 

Maggie May. . . . 
Blanche 



Boucherville 

Chaffey 

Salaberry 

Riviere du Loup 

liOngueuil 

Hebron 

Scotsman 

Dolphin 

G. H. Harris 

Sir Hector 

Archie Stewart 

Glide 

Idler 

T. Osborne 

Leo 

G. H. Notter 

Bon Enfant 

F. W. Avery 

Bonito 

Dredge Little Giant. 

Hall 

Ottawan 

Welshman 

Rockland 

Empress 

Mansfield 

Chateauguay 

Charlemagne 

St. Laurent 

Maude 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



168 



10 



13 
18 



22 



40 



23 
40 
210 
40 
40 
40 



44 

85 
26 
12 



10 



260 



600 
40 

100 
40 

300 



22 



50 
50 
25 



800 
15 
357 



Date 




Certificate 


Gross 


Expires. 


Tons. 


1906. 




July 


8. . 


425 


July 


13. . 


39 


July 


15, . 


158 


Julv 


19. . 


15 


July 


21 . . 


40 


July 


21. . 


177 


July 


28. . 


14 


July 


28. . 


18 


July 


29. . 


34 


Aug. 


16. . 


5 


Aug. 


16. . 


13 


Aug. 


17. . 


30 


Aug. 


17. . 


20 


Aug. 


17. . 


32 


Aug. 


17. . 


117 


Aug. 


18. . 


417 


Aug. 


18. . 


403 


Aug. 


18. . 


53 


Aug. 


18. . 


13 


Aug. 


18. . 


14 


Aug. 


19. . 


22 


Aug. 


19. . 


21 


Aug. 


19. . 


29 


Aug. 


19. . 


26 


Aug. 


21. . 


299 


Aug. 


21. . 


295 


Aug. 


24. . 


18 


Aug. 


24. . 


38 


Aug. 


24. . 


4 


Sept. 


7. . 


113 


Sept. 


8. . 


152 


Sept. 


12. . 


29 


Sept. 


12. . 


15 


Sept. 


13.. 


36 


Sept. 


13. . 


14 


Not issued . 


629 


Sept. 


21. . 


160 


Oct. 


17. . 


8 


Oct. 


30. . 


29 


Nov. 


2. . 


30 



1907. 



508 
33 



Apri 


3.. 


419 


Apri 


14.. 


42 


Apri 


14. . 


222 


Apri 


18. . 


199 


Apri 


19. . 


365 


Apri 


20. . 


149 


Apri 


20. . 


265 


Apri 


21. . 


21 


Apri 


21. . 


87 


Apri 


21. . 


40 


Apri 


21. . 


80 


Apri 


26. . 


80 


Apri 


26. . 


51 


Apri 


26. . 


25 


Not 


ssued 


2 


Apri 


27. . 


14 


Not 


ssued . 


31 


Apri 


27. . 


14 


Apri 


27. . 


17 


Apri 


27. . 


100 


Apri 


28.. 


247 


Apri 


28. . 


311 


Apri 


28. . 


156 


Apri 


28. . 


78 


Apri 


28. . 


678 


Apri 


28. . 


169 


Apri 


30. . 


222 


May 


8. . 


76 


Ma.y 


9. . 


546 


May 


9. . 


269 



Cla.ss of Vessel and where Employed. 



Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Cornwall. 
Screw, tug, canals and rivers. 
Screw, freight, rivers. 

Screw, ferry. Bout de L'Isle apd Charlemagne. 

Screw, freight, St. Lawrence river. 

Dredge, St. Lawrence river. 

Screw, yacht, St. Lawrence river. 

Screw, yacht, St. Lawrence river. 

Stern, wheel ferry. Carillon and Point Fortune. 

Screw, passenger. Lake Quinze. 

Paddle, warp tug, Lake Quinze. 

Twin screw, Lake Timiskaming. 

Screw, passenger, Lake Temiskaming. 

Screw, tug. Lake Timiskaming. 

Screw, passenger, Lake Temiskaming. 

Paddle, tug, Lake Timiskaming. 

Paddle, tug, Lake Timiskaming. 

Screw, tug, Lake Temiskaming. 

Paddle, warp tug, Lake Timiskaming. 

Paddle, warp tug, Lake Timiskaming. 

Paddle, warp tug, Lake Kippewa. 

Paddle, warp tug, Lake Kippewa. 

Screw, passenger. Lake Kippewa. 

Screw, passenger, Lake Kippewa. 

Screw, passenger. Lake Temiskaming. 

Screw, freight and passenger. Lake Timiskaming. 

Screw, passenger, Lake Temagami. 

Screw, passenger. Lake Temagami. 

Screw, j'acht, Lake Temagami. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Beauharnois. 

Paddle, passenger and freight, Montreal and Cornwall 

Screw, passenger, Buckingham and High Falls. 

Screw, passenger, Buckingham and High Falls. 

Screw, tug, Ottawa river. 

Paddle, ferry, Montebello and Alfred. 

Paddle, passenger, rivers and lakes. 

Screw, passenger, R ichelieu river. 

Screw, tug, rivers. 

Screw, tug, rivers. 

Twin screw, passenger, Lake Timiskaming. 



Paddle, ferry, Montreal and Boucherville. 

Screw, passenger, Valle.vfield and Lancaster. 

Screw, passenger, Valleyfield and Montreal. 

Paddle, ferry, Cote St. Catherine and Verdun. 

Paddle, ferry, Montreal and Longueuil. 

Screw, freight, Ottawa and Oswego. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Montreal and Ottawa, 

Screw, tug, Montreal and Ottawa. 

Screw, tug, Montreal and Ottawa. 

Screw, tug, Montreal and Ottawa. 

Screw, tug, Montreal and Ottawa. 

Screw, tug, Ottawa river. 

Stern wheel, tug, Ottawa river. 

Screw, tug, Ottawa river. 

Screw, ferry, Hawkesbury and Grenville. 

Screw, tug, Ottawa river. 

Twin screw, ferry, L'Orignal and Calumet. 

Paddle, warp, tug, Ottawa river. 

Screw, tug, Ottawa river. 

Dredge, Ottawa river. 

Screw, passenger and freignt, Montreal and Ottawa. 

Screw, pass., and freight, Montreal and Ottawa. 

Screw, pass, and freight, Montreal and Ottawa. 

Screw, tug, Ottawa River. 

Paddle, pass., Ottawa and Grenville. 

Screw, ferry, Ottawa and Gatineau Point. 

Paddle, pass, and frt., Montreal and Chateauguay. 

Screw, tug, St. Lawrence River. 

Paddle, ferry, Montreal and St. Helens Island. 

Paddle, pass, and frt. Montreal and Ottawa. 



80 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected, for the year ended June 30, 1906 — Concluded. 



MONTREAL DIVISION— Continued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number i 
\ of Date 
{ Passen- ; Certificate 
gers Expires. 
I Allowed. 



Duchess of York. 

Victoria 

Ada 

G. B. Greene 

Albert 

G. B. Pattee 

Hamilton 

J. L. Murpny. . . . 

Sampson 

Coulonge 

Victoria 

D. B. Mulligan.. . 

Manigama 

Alex Fraser 

Pembroke 

E. H. Bronson. . . 

Hercules 

G. B. Powell 

Frontenac 

May Flower 

Pontiac 

Madawaska 

Amable du Fond. 



700 
240 



600 



400 
38 
40 



Florence 

Chummy 

Robert Abglin. . . . 

Alva 

Ida 

Nama 

Dredge No. 4 

W. J. Poupore. . . . 

D. P. Dey 

St. George 

Valleyfield 

Sarto 

Beatrice B 

Cacouna 

Rocket 

Sea Gull 

Sparrow 

Van Woodland. . . . 

Nosbonsing 

Zephyr 

Booth 

Northern Belle.. . . 

Empress 

Shoo Fly 

Fleur de Mai 

Osprey 

Elgin L. Lewis. . . . 

Sea flower 

Monarch 

Turtle 

Verva 

Annie Laurie 

Hazel B 

Queen 

Tadenac 

Gipsy 

Belle of Temagami 

Temagami 

Bobs 



40 
40 



40 



450 



40 



150 
40 
100 



40 
300 



125 



40 



100 



61 



40 
40 



Gross 
Tons. 



Class of ^'essel and where Employed. 



1907. 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

12 
12 
12 
12 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
15 
15 
15 
15 
16 
17 
17 
17 



1907. 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



17. 
17. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
19. 
23. 
23. 



Total. 



May 24.. 

May 29.. 

May 30. . 

May 31 . . 

June 7. . 

June 12, . 
Not issued . 

June 21 . . 

June 21.. 

June 21 . . 

June 21 . . 

June 21.. 

June 21 . . 

June 22.. 

June 22.. 

June 22 . . 

June 22.. 

Jiuie 22.. 

June 22. . 

June 23 . . 

June 23.. 

June 23 . . 

June 25. . 

June 26. . 

June 26. . 

June 26. . 

June 26.. 

June 27 . . 
Not issued . 

June 29. . 

June 29.. 



490 
181 
29 
255 
269 
51 
320 
173 
15 
18 
188 
77 
20 
320 
194 
285 
21 
272 
11 
59 
116 
15 
17 



62 
5 
97 
27 

247 
42 

100 
47 
11 
17 

417 
18 
59 
1,451 
6 

150 
38 
37 
25 

3 
347 
222 
36 
10 

7 

6 
50 

7 
37 
38 
55 

3 
27 
15 

9 
35 
170 
18 
38 



Paddle, pass., Montreal and Carillon. 

Screw, pass., Ottawa and Thurso. 

Screw, tug, Ottawa River. 

Paddle, pass.,Deschenes Lake. 

Paddle, tug, Deschenes Lake. 

Screw, tug, Deschenes Lake. 

Paddle, tug. Chats Lake. 

Screw, tug. Chats Lake. 

Paddle, warp, tug. Chats Lake. 

Paddle, warp, tug, Chats Lake. 

Paddle, pass., Pembroke and Des Joachims. 

Screw, ferry, Pembroke and Calumet Island. 

Screw, pass., Pembroke and Fort William. 

Paddle, tug. Upper Ottawa River. 

Paddle, tug, Upper Ottawa River. 

Paddle, tug, Upper Ottawa River. 

Paddle, warp, tug. Upper Ottawa River. 

Paddle, tug, Upper Ottawa River. 

Screw yacht. Upper Ottawa River. 

Stern wheel, pass., Barry's Bay and Palmer. 

Paddle, pass, and tug, Chats Lake. 

Paddle, warp, tug. Chats Lake. 

Paddle, warp, tug. Chats Lake. 



Screw, tug, Ottawa River. 
Screw, tug, Ottawa River. 
Screw, freight, Ottawa River. 
Screw, tug, Rideau Canal. 

Screw, pass, and freiglit, Ottawa and Montreal., 

Screw, yacht, St. Lawrence River. 

Dredge, Rivers. 

Screw, tug, rivers. 

Screw, tug, rivers. 

Paddle, warp, tug, rivers. 

Twin screw, ferry, Montreal and St. Helen's Island. 

Screw, yacht, St. Lawrence River. 

Screw, pass., Britannia and Aylmer. 

Screw, freight, Canadian and foreign. 

Screw, ferry, Buckingham and Cumberland. 

Screw, tug and pass., Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, tug and pass.. Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, tug and pass., Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, tug, Lake Nosbonsing. 

Screw, tug, Lake Nipissing. 

Paddle, pass, tug. Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, pass., Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, tug. Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, tug, Lake Njpissing. 

Screw, tug. Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, pass., Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Nipissing. 

Paddle, warp, tug, Lake Nipissing. 

Paddle, warp, tug. Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, pass, and tug, Lake Wanapitae. 

Screw, yacht. Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, pass.. Lake Nipissing. 

Screw, tug. Trout Lake. 

Screw, tug. Trout Lake. 

Twin screw, pass., Lake Temiskaming. 

Screw, pass.. Lake Timiskaming. 

Screw, pass., Lake Timiskaming. 

Screw, pass.. Lake Timiskaming. 



16,413 



WM. LAURIE, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 81 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 

MONTREAL mXlSlON— Continued. 
BOILERS AND MACHiNERT — Continued. 



Name of Veaael, 


Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 


Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 


Gross 
Tons. 


ClSiSS of Vessel and where Employed. 






1906. 
July 28. . 

"1907. 
April 13.. 


3,606 
3,006 


Screw. 
Screw. 






Total 




6,612 









WM. LAURIE, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



23—6 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

MONTREAL DIVISION— Confiniied. 
BOILERS AKDjMACHiNEKT — Contintied. 



Name of Vessel. 



Hector. 



^[aggie R. Kins. 



Kate 

Robert Mackay 

Derrick No. .3 

Derrick No. 4 

Dredge No. 4 

Dredge No. 1 

Dredge No. 2 

Derrick No. .5 

Derrick No. 6 

Alphonse Bacine 

Aberdeen 

Mona 

Hector 

St. Peter 

Courier 

Assistance 

Kate 

Dredge Otto 

WnHe Star 

Frank Jackman 

Grain Elevator No. 13 
Grain Elevator No. 14 
Grain Elevator No. 1 
Grain Elevator No. 10 
Grain Elevator No. 17 
Grain Elevator No. 6 
Grain Elevator No. 12 
Grain Elevator No. 16 
Grain Elevator No. IS 
Grain Elevator No. 1.5 
Nellie Reid 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



9.5 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 
July 6. 

1905. 
Dec. 31 . 

1906. 



142 
140 



40 
20 



738 



July 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
;Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
lApri 
lAprii 
iMay 
Not is 
May 
,Not is 
June 
[June 
June 
[June 
|June 
1 June 
June 
jjune 
'June 
June 
iMav 



26. . 
12. . 
12. . 
12.-. 
16. . 

16. . 

17. . 
17. . 

17. . 

18. . 

18. . 

19. . 
21 . . 
25 
25. . 

27. . 
1 . . 

•ued. 
19. . 
■sued. 
4. . 

4. . 
.5. . 

5. . 
.5. . 
5. . 
6. . 

6. . 
6. . 
6. . 

12. . 



1907. 

Grain Elevator No. 4 June 

Grain Elevator No. 7. . i jJune 

Grain Elevator No. 11.' [June 

Grain Elevator No. 9 fJune 

Quebec Not is.sued. 

Grain Elevator No. 2 ]June 

Grain Elevator No. 5. . i ljune 18 

Grain Elevator No. 8.1 June 18. . I 

Honore June 20. . | 



Gross 
Tons. 



2i 



27 



61 

129 
100 
100 
461 
100 
lOf) 
100 
100 
121 
87 
25 
21 
66 
12 
100 
61 
100 
629 
39 
178 
181 
165 
173 
215 
170 
183 
210 
214 
213 
56 



7. . 


188 


8. . 


170 


8. . 


169 


8. . 


172 


ued. 


108 


18. . 


170 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, tug, Ottawa River. 



Screw, tug, Soulanges Canal. 



Screw, tug. St. Lawrence River. 
{Screw, tug and pa-^s., Montreal Harboor. 
iDerrick, Montreal Harbour. 
|Derrick, Montreal Harbour. 
jDipper dredge, Montreal Harbour. 
Dipper dredge, Montreal Harbour.. 
Dipper dredge, Montreal Harbour. 
Derrick, Montreal Harbour. 
Derrick, Montreal Harbour. 
Screw, tug and pass., Montreal Harbour. 
Screw, tug and pass., Montreal Harbour. 
Screw, tug and passenger, Ottawa river. 
Screw, tug, Ottawa river. 

Screw, tug and passenger. Montreal harbour. 
Screw, tug and passenger. Montreal harbour. 
.Derrick. Montreal harbour. 
, Screw, tug, St. Lawrence river. 
Dipper dredge, rivers. 

Paddle, pass.. Buffalo. Niagara and Crystal Beacii. 
(Screw, tug. Ottawa river. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal harbour. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal narbour. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal Harbour. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal harbour. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal harbour. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal riarbour. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal harbour. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal harbour. 
Screw, grain elevater, Montreal harbour. 
Screw, grain elevator, Montreal harbour. 
Screw, tug, St. Lawrence river. 



Screw, 
Screw. 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
80 Screw, 
80 Screw, 
22 Screw, 



grain elevator, 
grain elevator, 
grain elevator, 
grain elevator, 
freight, rivers, 
grain elevator, 
grain elevator, 
grain elevator, 
tug, Soulanges 



Montreal harbour. 
Montreal harbour. 
Montreal harbour. 
Montreal harbour. 

Montreal harbour. 
Montreal harbour. 
Montreal harbour, 
canal. 



Total . 



.5.67 



LOUIS ARPIX 

Stearnbnat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

MONTREAL DIVISION— Conrfuded. 



83 



Name of Vessel. 



Hudson 

Tit Willow 

Little Roxy 

Monaco 

Union 

Massawippi 

West Arm 

Tiger 

Leon 

White Squall 

Wild Rose 

St. Louis 

Ida 

Dredge No. 3 

St. George 

Antelope 

R. Hurdman 

Dredge King Edward. 

Herbert Larkin 

Nokomis 

Aid ... 

Russell 

Annie C 

Colby 

Mudpou 

Willie Ct 

Madoc 



Total. 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



45 
17 
12 
10 
75 

4 
27 

4 
15 

7 
10 
34 
26 
100 
68 
83 
93 
100 
49 
25 
25 
76 

6 

9 
34 

8 

8 



970 



Registered 
Tonnage. 



37 
11 

7 

6 
66 

3 
12 

3 
12 

5 

6 
23 

7 



29 
57 
68 



33 
17 
15 
45 
4 
6 
25 
6 
7 



510 



Remarks. 

Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 



Paddlf passenger, not in commission. 
Screw, yacht, not in commission. 
Scrtw, tug, not in commission. 
Screw, yacht, not in commission. 
Screw, ferry, not in commission. 
Screw, passenger, not in commission. 
Screw, tug, not in commission. 
Screw, yacht, not in commission. 
Screw, passenger, not in commission. 
Screw, yacht, not in commission. 
Screw, yacht, not in commission. 
Screw, tug, not in commission. 
Screw, tug, not in commission. 
Dredge, not in commission. 
Screw, tug, not in commission. 
Screw, tug, not in commission. 
Screw, passenger, not in commission. 
Dredge, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, yacht, no application. 
Stern wheel, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, passenger, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. ' 
Paddle, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Warp tug, no application. 



W. LAURIE, 

LOUIS ARPIN, 

Steamboat Inspectors. 



23—6^ 



84 



MARINE AWD FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

SOREL DIVISION. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



St. Roch. . . 
St. Antoine. 



Shamrock 

McNaughton 

Champlain 

Cartier 

Carmelia 

De Levis 

Em-eka 

Jas. Howden , 

Lac St. Pierre 

St. Jean D'lberville. 

Victoria , 

Prefontaine 

Florida 

Portneuf 

Mathilda 

Pierreville 

Alberta 

May ex Loggia 

Spray 

W. C. Francis 

Frontenac 



Chambly. 



St. Irenee 

Alice 

Ethel 

Terrebonne 

Emelia 

Montcalm 

Berthier 

Quebec 

F. Dupie 

Laprau-ie 

J. A. Paul 

Tim Doyle 

Gertie 

Lucia 

Luciana 

Plover 

Sincennes 

Hamilton 

Hudson 

Rival 

St. Lawrence 

Hiram Walker. . . 

Rodolphe 

Trois Rivieres.. . . 

Cornwall 

Montreal 

Belleville 

James Morgan. . . 
Dredge No. 4. . . . 
Mabel McDonald. 
Dredge No. 5. . . . 

Glacial 

Amy 

High Rock 

Ivan R 

Samson 

Marie Louise 

La Tuque ........ 

Sorel 

Prescott 



10 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



Sept. 
Oct. 



15. 
6. 



10 
70 
40 



10 
40 



150 



376 



421 



530 
650 



300 
40 



500 
75 



557 
325 
631 
450 



1907. 

April 9. 

April 10. 

April 12. 

April 12. 

April 12. 

April 12. 

April 12. 

April 13. 

April 13. 

April 13. 

April 14. 

April 14. 

AprU 18. 

Apri! 16. 

April 16. 

April 18. 

AprU 17. 

April 17. 

April 18. 

April 17. 

April 18. 

1906. 

Sept. 30. 

1907. 

April 19. 
April 19. 
April 19. 
April 17. 
April 20. 
April 20. 
April 17. 
April 19. 
AprU 20. 
-■VprU 20. 
Mav 3. 
AprU 21. 
AprU 21. 
April 23 . 
AprU 23. 
AprU 25. 
April 25. 
AprU 26. 
AprU 19. 
AprU 28. 
May 2. 

3. 
5. 
11. 
12. 
12. 
2. 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



40 



16 
40 
10 
40 
40 
600 



May 29. 

May 29. 

[May 31. 

May 29. 

May 30. 

June 19. 

Jime 19. 

June 6. 

May 30. 

AprU 20. 

June 2. 



Gross 
Tons. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



17.71 iScrew. tug, attending dredge. 

14.38 jScrew, passenger, Beloeil and St. Antoine. 



236.73 
137 



62.72 
'i63!42 



343 . 33 
899.37 
201 . 39 



44 

121.37 
125.48 

21 
106.56 

37.98 



jScrew, tug, buo.y service. 
Screw, tug, Montreal and Quebec. 
iGovernment tug attending dredge, 
j Government tug attending dredge. 
I Government tug attending dredge. 
IGovernment twin screw, tug, survey. 
Government twin screw, tug, attending dredge. 
IGovernment twin screw, tug, atterfding dredge. 
jGovernraent twin screw, tug, attending dredge, 
iGovernment screw, tug, attending dredge. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and St. Johns. 
'Twin screw, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 
Twin screw, passenger, Montreal and Pierreville. 
[Government screw tug, attending dredge. 
Screw, tug, Montreal harbour. 
Paddle, passenger, LouisvUle and Pierreville. 
[Twin screw, tug, Montreal and Chambly. 
iTwin screw, tug, Montreal harbour. 
'Twin screw, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 
Twin screw, tug, Montreal harbour. 
Government twin screw, tug, survey. 



535.49 Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Chambly. 



2,158.48 
67.17 
71.94 
635.72 



933.77 
2,655.72 
114.48 
599.75 
49.12 
14.84 
20.95 
41 

18.24 
40.30 
228.42 
9.37.87 
158.18 
125 

258.10 



116.00 
1,552.05 

914.02 
4,282.23 
1.232.29 



41.81 



109 
39.50 
8 

66.44 
119. 17 
5. -66 
109.53 
158.22 
1,107 



Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Chicoutimi. 
IScrew, tug, Montreal harbour. 
jScrew, tug, Montreal harbour. 
'Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Sorel. 
IGovernment screw, tug, attending dredge. 
[Government twin screw, tug, attending dredge. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Three Rivers. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 

Screw, tug, Montreal harbour. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Laprairie. 

Screw, passenger, Hochelaga and Longueuil. 

Screw, tug, Montreal harbour. 

Screw, tug, Montreal harbour. 

Screw, tug, Montreal harbour. 

Screw, tug, Lachine canal. 

Screw, tug, Montreal harbour. 

Paddle, tug. Lake St. Peter. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and HamUton. 
■ Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 
(Paddle, tug, Montreal and Chambly. 

Dredge. 

Screw, tug, Montreal and St. Genevieve. 

Paddle, tug, Montreal and PierrevUle. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and St. Anne de Beaupre 

Paddle, passenger, Quebec and Hamilton. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Hamilton, 

Paddle, tug, attending dredge. 

Dredge. 

Screw, tug, attending dredge. 
Dredge. 

Screw, passenger, Three Rivers and St. Angele. 

Screw, tug, attending dredge. 

Screw, tug, Grandes Piles and La Tuque. 

Twin screw, passenger, Grandes PUes and La Tuque. 

Twin screw, passenger, Grandes Piles and La Tuque. 

Screw, passenger, Shawinigan and AlmavUle. 

Twin screw, passenger, Grandes Piles and La Tuque. 

Paddle, passenger. Three Rivers and Nicolet. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Prescott. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. £3 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



85 



SOREL DlYlSlOii— Continued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Wm. Davis 

Beaupr^ 

St. Maurice , 

Dream 

Jessie Hume 

Blanford 

Maud 

Dredge St. Pierre. 

Alice 

Hereule 

Beatrice 

Virginia 

Tadousac 

Chicoutimi 

Murray Bay 

Brockville 



Total. 



Number 

of Date 
Passen- | Certificate 
gers Expire?. 
Allowed. 



1,200 
40 
40 



1907. 



450 
290 
425 
600 



May 2 

June 2 , 

June 19, 

June 19, 

June 6 

June 19, 

June 19. 

June 20. 

June 21 . 

Jime 20. 

June 19. 

June 26. 

May 17. 

May 18. 

May 9. 

May 21 . 



Gross 
Tons. 



40.23 
2,068.09 
44.72 
27.44 
58 

65.36 
54 



14.61 
44.84 
39.62 
146 
1.701.13 
991.90 
968.70 
944.49 



29,268.03 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, tug, attending dredge. 

Paddle, passenger, Montreal and St. Anne de Beaupre 
Screw, passenger, Grandes Piles and La Tuque. 
Screw, passenger, Grandes Piles and La Tuque.' 
Government screw, tug, attending dredge. 
Paddle, tug, St. Maurice river. 
Paddle, tug, attending dredge. 
Dredge. 

Screw, tug, Grandes Piles and La Tuque. 
Screw, tug, Montreal and Three Rivers. 
Paddle, tug, St. Maurice river. 
Screw, tug, St. Lawrence river. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Chicoutimi. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Chicoutimi. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Chicoutimi. 
Twin screw, passenger, Montreal and Prescott. 



A. RONDEAU, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



86 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steaai Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

SOREL DIVISION. 

BOILERS AXD MACHINERY. 





Gross 




Remarks. 


Name of Vessel. 










Tonnage. 


Tonnage. 


Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 




21.80 


9 


No application; screw, tug. 




42.75 


29.07 


No application; screw, tug. 


Fire Fly 


214.41 


129.82 


Inspected since; passenger. 




18 


12 


No application; screw, tug. 




78.02 


49.16 


Inspected since; paddle, tug. 




.54 


34 


Inspected since; paddle, tug. 




94.34 


59.44 


Inspected since; passenger. 


St. Roch 


17.71 


7.88 


No application; screw, tug. 




15 


10 


No application; screw, tug. 




362.20 


228.19 


Paddle, passenger; laid up for repairs. 




17 


11 


Screw, tug; not running. 


Total 


935.23 


579.56 





ALEXIS RONDEAU 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

•SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 
QUEBEC DIVISION. 



87 



BOILERS AND MACHINEKT. 



Name of \'essel 



Woliun 

H. McMaugh 

Frances 

Mistassini 

Marie Alma 

Nord 

St. Henri 

Marie Louise 

Paribonka 

Le Colon 

Hoberval 

Honfleur ' 

Arthur 

Batiscan 

•Crescent 

Fraserville 

Ariel 

Forest 

Marie Stella 

Alcyon 

Marie Louise 

L'Aiglon 

E. B. Eddy , 

Le Moncouche (not re- 
gistered) 

Thor 

Little Emelie 

Dama 

Kinojami 

Jubilee 

Macanamac 

White wing 

Dot 

Honhedore 

L'Ami 

St. Genevieve, not re- 
gistered) 

George W. Smith 

Petit George ; . . 

Bella 

Frankie H 

Little H 

■Queen 

Polaris 

Muriel 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



40 
40 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906, 



17 

23 



40 



8 
10 



15 



10 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



6. . 

6. . 
13. . 

9. . 

7. . 

7. . 

8. . 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



8. . 

8. . 

9. . 
9. . 
9. . 

15. . 

25. . 
8. . 

10. . 

26. . 

26. . 

27. . 

28. . 



Aug. 29 . 



Campana 

Polino 

Rhoda 

Gaspesien 

Marie Josephine. 

Frontenac 

Champion 

Orleans 

Montmorenci 

Spray 

Foam , 

Belle 

Xiord Strathcona. 

North 

South 

Contest. . . .' 

Orion 

Florence 

J. H. Hackett... 

Hope 

Ontaritze 

W. Hacket 

Jack 

Deuina 



26 



450 
450 
15 



550 
10 
50 

100 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



29. 
30. 
31. 
31. 

1. 

7. 

7. 

8. 

8. 

9. 

9. 



15. 
20. 
22. 
22. 
22. 

5. 

7. 
10. 
12. 



1907. 



195 
450 
505 



15 



40 
22 
450 
450 
40 



Gross 
Tons. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



1,551 
42 
4 

249 
52 
56 

101 



179 
173 
126 
119 
15 
40 
58 
51 
11 
26 
24 
44 
99 



78 



Screw, freight, Sydney and Montreal. 

Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 

Screw, yacht, Lake St. John. 

Paddle, pass., Roberval and Grande Discharge. 

Twin screw, Mistassini and Roberval. 

Twin screw, Roberval and Paribonka. 

Twin screw. Lake St. Johhn. 

Screw, tug, Roberval. 

Paddle, tug, Paribonka, St. Felicien and Roberval. 
Paddle, tug, Paribonka, St. Felicien and Roberval. 
Paddle, pass., Roberval and Peribonka. 
Screw, tug, and fishing, Lapipe.and St. Jerome. 
Screw, tug and fishing, Paribonka. 
Paddle, tug, Batiscan River and Quebec. 
Screw, yacht, Quebec and Gulf. 
Screw, tug and pass.. River du Loup. 
Screw, ferry, St. Alphonse and Battle Island. 
Screw, tug, Chicoutimi and Tadousac. 
Screw, tug, Chicoutimi and St. Alphonse. 
Twin screw, ferry, St. Ann and Chicoutimi. 
Paddle, tug, Chicoutimi and Saguenay Riviere. 
Government yacht. 
Screw, tug, Chicoutimi. 



325 
6 
51 
21 
25 
4 



24 



46 
17 
19 

367 
533 
64 



May 


1. . 


1,680 


May 


11. . 


807 


May 


12. . 


182 


May 


14. . 


490 


May 


17. . 


117 


May 


17. . 


304 


May 


17. . 


482 


May 


15. . 


269 


May 


18.. 


28 


May 


18. . 


21 


May 


19. . 


16 


May 


18. . 


82 


April 


20. . 


485 


April 


21. . 


289 


April 


21 . . 


348 


April 


19. . 


231 


April 
April 


28. . 


864 


30. . 


133 


April 


30. . 


117 


April 


8. . 


19 


April 


5. . 


18 


May 


8. . 


126 


May 


9. . 


31 


May 


10. . 


38 



Screw, fishing yacht, Lake Kinojami. 
Paddle, tug, Chicoutimi and Montreal. 
Screw, tug. Little Bergeron River. 
Screw, tug and pass., Escoumains and Tadousac. 
Screw, tug, Chicoutimi and L'Ance aux Card. 
Screw, pass., Magantic Three Lakes and Auburn. 
Screw, yacht. Spider Lake. 
Screw, tug, Lake St. Francis. 

10 .Screw, tug. Lake St. Francis. 

11 IScrew, tug. Lake St. Francis and Discharge. • 
16 .Screw, tug, Lake .\ylmer. 

. . . Screw. 

Screw, tug. Lake Metapedia. 
Paddle, tug, Lake Metapedia. 
Paddle, ferry, Campbellton and Cross Point. 
Screw, lighter, Campbellton. 
Screw, tug, Gaspe coast. 
Screw, ferry, Quebec and Levis. 
Screw, ferry. Quebec and Levis. 
Screw, ferry and tug, Tadousac. 



Twin screw, freight and pass., Montreal and Pictou. 
T. screw, freight & pass., Montreal & Newfoundland. 
Paddle, pass., and mail tender, Rimouski. 
Screw, freight and pass., Gaspe and Montreal. 
Screw, wrecking, Montreal and Gulf. 
Twin screw, ferry, Quebec and St. Romuald. 
Paddle, pass., Quebec and Berthier. 
Screw, ferry, Quebec, St. Joseph and Is of Orleans. 
Screw, yacht, Public Works Department. 
Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 
Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 
Screw, tug and pass., Montreal and Bic. 
Twin screw, wrecking, Quebec and foreign ports. 
Paddle, ferry, Quebec and L^vis. 
Paddle, ferry, Quebec and L^vis. 
Paddle, pass., Quebec and Quarantine Station. 
Screw, freight, Gaap^ and Lake Ontario. 
Screw, steam, wrecking, Gulf. 
Screw, tug, Pentecost and Lake Ontario. 
Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 
Screw, tug. Lake St. Joseph. 
Screw, tug. Government ship channel. 
Screw, tug, Montmorency and Quebec. 
Screw, tug, Quebec and Montreal. 



88 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906 — Concluded. 

QUEBEC DIVISION— Coniiniied. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Lucine 

St. Louis 

Etoile 

St. Croix 

Thor 

Dick 

Activity 

M. E. Hackett 

C. S. Parnell 

St. Charles 

Glengarry 

Miiriel 

Diver 

Two Brothers 

Nithdale 

Ripple 

Forest 

Ariel 

Marie Stella 

McDean (new, not re- 
registered) 

E. B. Eddy 

St. Anne 

Alcyon 

Marie Louise 

Kinojami 

Grace 

Swallow 

Harold 

Paribonka 

Le Colon 

Mistassini 

Pikoujami 

Marie Louise 

Spoon Dredge 

Roberval 

St. Henri 

Marie Alma 

Honfleur 

Arthur 

Portneuf 

Pilot 

Crescent 

Amanda 



Niimber 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



514 

582 
550 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1907. 



10 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



Total. 



10 



40 
40 



40 



10. . 

11. . 

12. . 

18. . 

19. . 
19. . 

21. . 

22. . 

25. . 

26. . 

28. . 

29. . 

30. . 
1. . 
2. . 

8. . 
9. . 

9. . 
11. . 



450 



June 
June 
Jime 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Jime 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Jime 
June 
June 
June 
Jime 
June 



12. . 
12. . 

13. . 

13. . 

14. . 
21. . 
21. . 
22. . 
23. . 
23. . 
25.. 
25.. 
26.. 
26. . 
26. . 

26. . 

27. . 
27. . 
27. . 

7. . 

7. . 
18. . 
25. . 



Gross 
Tons. 



32 
428 
560 
506 
323 
42 
22 
78 
17 
23 
732 
64 
132 
23 



126 
101 

55 
19 
15 
39 
427 
38 
11 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



13 
26 
11 
24 



78 
100 
44 
99 
21 
4 
9 
7 

179 
175 
248 
57 



16,698 



Screw, tug, Quebec and Montreal. 

Paddle, pass., Montreal, St. Jean and Quebec. 

Paddle, pass., St. Anne, Quebec, St. Jean & Montreal. 

Paddle pass., Montreal, St. CroLx, Quebec & St. Anne. 

Paddle, pass., Quebec, Montreal and Saguenay R, 

Paddle, pass., Batiscan River and Quebec. 

Screw, tug, attending dredge Rimouski. 

Screw, tug, Quebec and Lake Ontario. 

Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 

Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 

Screw, freight, Saguenay River and Lake Ontario. 

Screw, tug, Matane and Saguenay River. 

Screw, wrecking schooner, Quebec and Gulf. 

Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 

Spoon dredge, Rimouski. 

Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 

Screw, tug, Saguenay River. 

Screw, ferry, St. Alphonse and Battle Island. 

Screw, tug, Saguenay River. 

Screw, tug, Murray Bay. 

Screw, tug, Saguenay River. 

Paddle, ferry, St. Anne and Chicoutimi Basin. 

Twin screw, Chicoutimi Harbour. 

Paddle, tug, Saguenay River. 

Screw, tug, Saguenay River and St. Catherine Bay. 

Screw, yacht. Lake Edward. 

Screw, tug. Lake St. Edouard. 

Screw, tug. Lake Kiskisink. 

Paddle, tug. Lake St. John. 

Paddle, tug. Lake St. John. 

Paddle, pass., Roberval, Grande Decharge & Pari'ka. 

Stern wheel, pass., Mistassini, Peribonka & Roberval. 

T. screw, attending dredge Lake St. John. 

Government dredge. Lake St. John. 

Paddle, pass., Roberval and Paribonka. 

Twin screw, tug, I>ake St John. 

Twin screw, tug. Lake St. John. 

Screw, tug, St. .lerome. 

Screw, tug, Mistassini and Roberval. 

Screw, tug, Portneuf. 

Screw, ferry, Quebec and L^vis. 

Screw, yacht, Quebec and Gulf. 

Screw, tug, Quebec Harbour. 



JOS. SAMSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 89 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 ' • 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30 » 

1906. 

QUEBEC BIVISION— Continued. 



BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 


Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 


Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 


Gross 
Tons. 


Tonnage 
Dues 
and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 


Class of Vessel and where Employed. 


Total 


705 


1907. 

April 14. . 
May 5. . 
July 31 . . 
May 1 . . 


348 
94 
1,170 
355 

1,967 


S cts. 

27 84 
7 52 
93 60 
36 40 

165 36 


Screw, pass., Quebec and Anticosti. 
Whaler, Seven Islands. 
Freight & pass., Montreal and Halifax. 
Freight & pass., Quebec & North Shore. 



JOS. SAMSON 

Steamboat Inspector. 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

QUEBEC mXlSlOy— Continued. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 



Name of Vessel. 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



Victoria . . 
Kathleen . 
Atlantic . . 
Shearly. . . 

Total 



.56 
280 
565 

37 



Registered 
Tonnage. 



Remarks. 

Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 



38 iTug not employed, new boiler not worth repairing. 

177 jNot in commission. 

283 (Freight, not fit for serv-ice.. 

12 [Tug inspected since. 



938 



510 



JOS. SAMSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



91 



QUEBEC, SOREL AND MONTREAL DIVISION. 

HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of ^'cssel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



■Chicoutimi 

Arizona . . . 

Frances (gasoline'). 

Wobun 

Mistassini 

Marie Alma 

St. Henri 

Roberval 

Nord 

Grace 

St. Irenee 

Varennes 

Richelieu 

Filgate 

■Garnet 

New York 

John Thompson. . . 

Jubilee 

Geisha 

€lyde 

Alice 

Temiscamingue. . . 

Meteor 

Temagami 

Bobs 

Surveyor 

Alcyon 

Le Moncouche .... 

Ariel 

Dama 

Fraserville 

Agnes 

Mildred 

Eva 

Missisquoi 

St. Antoine 

Bella 

Nellie H 

Pilot 

Jubilee 

Polaris 

Queen 



Rhoda 

Campana. . . 
Frontenac . . 
Champion. . 
Gaspesian . . 

Polino 

Berthier. . . . 
Terrebonne. 



Chambly. 



Florida 

Pierreville 

Spray 

Hudson . . . 
St. Irenee. 

Quebec 

Fire Fly. . . 
Laprairie. . 

Sorel 

Nortli 

South 

Orleans. . . 




Not 



40 
12 
23 
40 
17 
10 
376 
issued . 
44 
168 
85 
800 
18 
40 
22 
23 
40 
40 
210 
40 
40 
8 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Not 



15 Aug. 
registe red. 
10 'Aug. 



10 

8 
26' 
12 



Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



10 Sept. 

260 Sept. 

10 Sept. 

33 Sept. 

10 Sept. 

450 Oct. 

30 I Oct. 

450 Oct. 

450 Oct. 



50 
300 
195 
440 
100 

10 
530 
421 



150 



40 
10 
40 
75 
376 
650 
100 
300 
40 
450 
450 
495 



2. 
2. 
2. 

12. 
16, 
18. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
23. 
23. 
25. 
28. 

30. 
30. 

2. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
26. 
27. 

4. 
10. 
16. 
17. 



1907. 

April 12. 

April 12. 

April 13. 

April 13. 

April 14 . 

April 14. 

April 17. 

April 17. 

1906. 

Sept. 30 . 

1907. 



April 18 

April 18 

April 18 

April 19 

April 19 

April 19 

April 20 

April 20 

April 20 

April 23 

April 23 

April 25 




1. 
4. 
4. 
5. 
7. 
7. 

7. . 

8. . 
8. . 

10. . 
28. . 



292 
9 
4 

1..551 
249 
52 
101 
126 
56 
4 

2,158 
362 
113 
425 
389 
295 
5 
117 
20 
29 
26 
295 
299 
18 
38 
50 
45 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Paddle, pass., Montreal and Chicoutimi. 
Screw, pass.. Lake St. Joseph. 
Screw, pass.. Lake St. Joseph. 
Screw, freight, Montreal and Foreign ports. 
I Paddle, pass., Roberval and Grande Decharge. 
Twin screw, pass., Roberval and Mistassini. 
;Twin screw, pass., Lake St. John. 
Paddle, pass., Roberval and Peribonka. 
Twin Screw, pass., Roberval and Peribonka. 
Twin screw, pass.. Lake Edward. 
Paddle, pass., Montreal and Chicoutimi. 

Paddle, pass., Montreal and Beauharnois. 
Paddle, pass., Montreal and Cornwall. 
Paddle, pass., Montreal and Cornwall. 
Paddle, pass., Kingston and Fort Covington. 
Screw, pass., L. Quinze. 

Screw, pass., Temiskaming and North Temiskaming 
Paddle, pass., New Liskeard and Tomstown. 
Paddle, screw., Kippewa and Turtle Portage. 
Paddle, screw, Lake Kippewa. 

Paddle, pass., Temiskaming and North Temiskaming. 

Paddle pass., Temiskaming and North Temiskaming 

Screw, pass., Lake Temagami. 

Screw, pass., Lake Temagami. 

Screw, pas.s., Lachine and Caughnawaga. 

Twin screw, ferry, St. Anne to Chicoutimi. 



11 Screw, pass., St. Alphonse Bay. 

55 [Screw, pass., Les Escoumains and Trois Pistoles 

51 Screw, pass. Riviere du Loup and Quebec. 

29 Screw, pass., Buckingham and High Rock. 

15 Screw, pass., Buckingham and High Rock. 

14 Paddle, pass., Montebello and Alfred. 

160 Screw, pass., Montreal and Burlington. 

14 Screw, pass., Beloeil and St. Antoine. 

43 Paddle, pass., Campbellton and Cross Point. 

8 Screw, pass, Gaspe and Peninsula Point. 

427 Screw, pass., Quebec and Levis. 

25 Screw, pass., Megantic and Wobun. 

533 Screw, pass., Quebec and Levis. 

367 Screw, pass., Quebec and Levis. 



182 Paddle, pass., and Mail tender Rimouski. 

1,697 Screw, pa.ss., Montreal and Pictou. 

304 Twin screw, pass., Quebec and St. Romuald. 

482 Paddle, pass., Quebec and Berthier. 

490 Screw, pass., Montreal and Gasp^. 

807 Screw, pass., Montreal and St. John, N. F. L. 

934 jPaddle, passenger, Montreal and T^iree Rivers. 

636 iPaddle, passenger, Montreal and Sorel. 



535 Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Chamblv. 



201 Twin screw, passenger, Quebec and Montreal 

121 Paddle, passenger, Louisville and Yamaska. 

107 Screw, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 

158 Paddle, pas.senger, Montreal and Quebec. 

2,158 Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Chicoutimi. 

2,656 Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 

214 Paddle, passenger, Berthier and Sorel. 

600 Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Laprairie. 

158 Paddle, passenger. Three Rivers and Nicolet. 

289 Screw, passenger, Quebec and Levis. 

349 Paddle, passenger, Quebec and L^vis. 

269 Screw, passenger, Orleans Island. 



92 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

QUEBEC, SOREL AND M0N"TREAL DIVISION— Cora<tni*ed. 
HULL INSPECTION — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Prefontaine 

Contest 

Riviere du Loup, . 

Ottawan 

Belleville 

Alphonse Racine. 

Aberdeen 

Courier 

Robert McKay. . . 
Boucherville . . . . 

Longueuil 

J A. Paul 

Hall 

Maude 

Filgate 

Ida 

Salaberry 

Scotsman 



Armenia. 



Glengarry 

Murray Bay 

St. Croix 

Orion 

Belle 

Spray 

Garnet . 

Surveyor 

Welshman 

G. B. Green 

Victoria 

Empress 

Mansfield 

Norway Belle. . . . 

Victoria 

Mahigama 

D. B. Mulligan.. . 

Hamilton 

Chateauguay 

St. Laurent 

Beauharnois 

May Flower 

Pontiac 

Brockville 

Victoria 

Trois Rivieres 

Cornwall 

Etoile 

M. E. Hackett. . . 
Lord Strathcona. 

Montreal 

St. Maurice 

La Tuque 

Dream 

Samson 

Ivan R 

Marie Louise 

Glacial 

Beaupre 

Prescott 

Princess 

Valleyfield 

Beatrice B 

Rocket 

St. Louis 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
Igers 
Allowed. 



70 
40 
40 
50 



May 
May 



450 May 
142 iMay 
146 'May 
20 May 
95 IMay 
600 May 
300 May 
40 May 
50 iMay 



33 
213 

40 
100 

22 



425 
550 



1907. 

April 26 . 
April 28. 

1. 
1. 
1. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
5. 
5. 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



1906. 
Nov. 15. 
1907. 



40 
25 
213 
32 
25 
600 
242 
800 
40 
20 
400 
40 
38 
500 
357 
508 
195 
40 
40 
500 
10 
557 
325 
592 
10 
22 
631 
40 
40 
40 
40 
16 
10 
40 
1,200 
600 
156 
450 
40 



180 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



5. 

7. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 
10. 
10. 
11. 
11. 
11. 
11. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 



May 21. 

May 22. 

May 22 . 

May 26. 

May 29 . 

May 30. 

May 30. 

May 30. 

May 30 , 

May 31 . 

May 31 . 

June 5. , 



June 
June 
June 
June 



5. , 
5. , 
5.. 
7. , 



Date I 
Certificate i 
Expires. 



Not issued, 
June 12.. 



Gross 
Tons. 



899 
274 
199 
311 
1,233 
121 
87 
12 
128 
419 
365 
49 
247 
269 
425 
247 
222 
265 



467 



732 
969 
506 
572 

82 

21 
389 

50 
156 
255 
181 
306 
169 

46 
188 

20 

77 
461 
222 
546 
167 

59 
116 
944 
343 
1,552 
914 
560 

78 
495 
4,282 

45 
110 

27 
119 

66. 
6 
109 
2,068 
1,107 
527 
417 

59 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



428 



Twin screw, Quebec and Montreal. 
Paddle, passenger, Quebec and Grosse Isle. 
Paddle, passenger. Cote St. Catherine and Verdun. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and Ottawa. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Hamilton. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal Harbour. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal Harbour. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal Harbour. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal Harbour. 
Paddle, passenger, Hochelaga and Boucherville. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Longueuil. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and Longueuil. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and Ottawa. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Ottawa. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Cornwall. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and Ottawa. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and Valleyfield. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and Ottawa. 



Screw, freight, Saguenay Riv. and Lake Ontario. 



Screw, freight, Saguenay Riv. and Lake Ontario. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Chicoutimi. 
Paddle, passenger, St. Croix and Ste. Anne. 
Screw, freight, Saguenay river and Lake Ontario. 
Screw, passenger, Quebec Harbour. 
Screw, passenger, Quebec Harbour. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Cornwall. 
Screw, passenger, Lachine and Caughnawaga. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and Ottawa. 
Paddle, passenger, Aylmer and Deschenes lake. 
Screw, passenger, Ottawa and Thurso. 
Paddle, passenger, Ottawa and Grenville. 
Screw, passenger, Ottawa and Gatineau Point. 
Paddle, passenger, Sand Point and Norway Bay. 
Paddle, passenger, Pembroke and Des Joachims. 
Screw, passenger, Pembroke and Fort William. 
Screw, passenger, Pembroke and Calumet Island. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Hamilton. . 
Paddle, Montreal, Chaetauguay and Beauharnois. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and St. Helen's Island. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Beauharnois. 
Stern wheel, passenger, Barrys Bay and Hovergale. 
Paddle, passenger. Chats lake.. . 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Toronto. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and St. John. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Three Rivers. 
Paddle, passenger, Quebec and Hamilton. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and St. Ann de BeaUprc 
Screw, passenger, Quebec Harbour. 
Twin screw, passenger, Montreal and foreign ports. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 
Screw, passenger. Grande Piles and La Tuque. 
Screw, passenger, Grande Piles and La Tuque. 
Screw, passenger, Grandes Piles and La Tuque. 
Twin screw, pass., Grandes Piles and La Tuque. 
Screw, passenger, Grandes Piles and La Tuque, j 
Screw, passenger, Shawinigan and Almaville. , 
Screw, passenger. Three- Rivers and St. Angele. 
Paddle, pass., Montreal and Ste. Anne de Beaupre. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Prescott. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Carillon. 
Screw, passenger, Montreal and St. Helen's Island. 
Screw, Britannia and Aylmer. 
Screw, Buckingham and Cumberland. 
Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Quebec. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 93 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

* 



0< QUEBEC, SOREL AND MONTREAL m\ISlON— Continued. 



— ■ 






HULL 


INSPECTION- 


—Continued. 




Number 












of 


Date 






Name of Vessel. 


Passen- 


Certificate 


Gross 


Glass of Vessel and where Employed. 




gers 


Expires. 


Tons. 






Allowed. 








- _ — 






1906. 






Chaff ey 


40 


June 


20. . 


42 


Screw, passenger, Valleyfield and Lancaster. 




4.0 


June 


21. . 


oo 


OCX C W , ^OiiSCtCll^d f XJCLB-O HJlOBIAXg • 




100 


June 


21. . 


37 


Screw, passenger. Lake Nipissing. 


Sea Gull 


150 


June 


21. . 


150 


Screw, passenger, Lake Nipissing. 


Booth 


40 


June 


22. . 


347 


Screw, passenger. Lake Nipissing. 




300 


June 


23. . 


222 


Screw, pass., Sturgeon Falls and Lake Nipissing. 


Elgin W. Lewis 


127 


June 


23.. 


50 


Screw, pass.. Sturgeon Falls and Lake Nipissing. 




40 


June 


25.. 


55 


Screw, passenger, Lake Wahnapitse. 


Hazel B 


100 


June 


27. . 


27 


Screw, passenger, North Bay and French river. 




61 


June 


28. . 


35 


Twin screw, pass., Temiskaming & N. Temiskaming 


Bobs 


40 


June 


29. . 


38 


Screw, passenger, Lake Temagami. 




40 


June 


29. . 


18 


Screw, passenger. Lake Temagami. 






Not iss\ied 




Screw, passenger, Lake Temagami. 


Duchess of York 


700 


June 


30. . 


490 


Paddle, passenger, Montreal and Carillon. 




35 


June 


30. . 


34 


Paddle, passenger, Carillon and Point Fortune. 



Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



QUEBEC, SOREL AND MONTREAL DIVISION— Conciwdei, 







HULL 


INSPECTION- 


—Continued. 






Number 






Tonnage 






of 


Date 




Dues 




Name of Vessel. 


Passen- 


Certificate 


Gross 


and 


Class of Vessel and where Employed. 




gers 


Expires. 


Tons. 


Inspection 






Allowed. 




Fees Paid. 




Bergenhus 

King Edward. .— 


155 



105 
120 


1906. 

July 31.. 
July 28.. 
Oct. 17.. 
Nov. 17.. 

1907. 

April 12.. 
May 1 . . 
May 4. . 
June. . 4. . 


1,170 
3,606 
3,616 
3,878 

348 
355 
3,006 
2,037 


$ cts. 
93 60 

27 84 
36 40 


Screw, pass., Montreal and Boston. 
Screw, pass., Montreal and Sydney. 
Screw, freight, Montreal and Sydney. 
Screw, freight, Montreal and Sydney. 

Screw, pass., Montreal and Gulf. 
Screw, pass., Montreal and Sydney.. 
Screw, freight, Montreal and Sydney. 
Screw, freight, Montreal and Sydney. 



PHILIPPE DUCLOS 

Hull Inspector. 



94 MARIXE AXD FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 190ft 

SxEAii Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30,^1906 — Continued. 

* NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION. ^ 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 





Number 




of 


Name of Vessel. 


Passen- 




gers 



Dat-e 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Lenore 

Strathcona 

Amethyst 

Malcolm Cann. . . 

Percy Cann 

Marion 

Alexandra 

Nelson 

Zaidee 

I. B. Hamblin. . . 

Sea Bird 

Hygeia 

Zulieka 

Marietta 

Vesta 

Alameda 

Elenor M. Gates. . 

Blue Hill 

Fred L. M. Paint. 

Scout 

Alert 

Highland Mary.. . 
Robbie Burns.. . . 

Havana 

Water Witch 

Liberty 

Wasis 

Baines Hawkins.. 

Togo 

Commodore. ...... 

Annie 

Anticosti 

Albion 

Collector 

Mala 

Yarmouth 

Westport III 

Freddie V 

Senlac 

Bear River 

Evelyn 

Bridgewater 

Ralph E. S 

Gambrinus 

Salvor 

Halifax 

La Have 

Mahone 

Oyama 

Viking 



100 
20 
100 
140 
400 



40 



40 
190 



40 



lie 

80 



30 



450 
150 



1906. 

July 5. 

July 12. 

July 20. 

July 17. 

July 17 

July 18. 

July 18. 

July 18. 

July 18. 

July 18. 

July 18. 

Julv 19. 

July 19. 

July 19. 

Julv 19. 

July 19. 

July 20. 

Julv 21 . 

July 21 . 

July 22. 

July 22. 
lAug. 1 . 
Aug. 1 . 

'Aug. 15. 

Aug. 18. 
Aug. 6 . 

Aug. 12. 

Aug. 24. 
Aug. 2. 

July 25. 

'Sept. 18. 
Sept. 3 . 

July 15. 
Sept. 2. 
July 
Oct 



300 
'225' 



jOct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oot. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
July 
Oct. 



250 



Trusty. . . 
George L. 
Defiance. . 



Clare. 



39 
33 
164 



2. 
4. 
5. 
3. 
3. 
4. 
4. 
24. 
3. 
5. 
1. 



Nov. 14. 

Nov. 13. 

Nov. 17. 

Nov. 22. 

Aug. 14. 

1907. 

Jan. 27. 
Feb. 1 . 
Feb. 6. 

1906. 

Dec. 16. 



Help 

Victor 

Harlaw 

Florence C. . . 

Amelia 

Inverness.. . . 

Anita 

Restigouehe . 
Pioneer 



60 



200 
25 



122 



1907. 



Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



8. 
21 . 
23. 



Mar. 28 

.\pril 5 

j\pril .5 

April 4 

April 9 

.\pril 6 



Gross 
Tons. 



15.27 

284.09 
1,357.00 

211.81 
80.06 

478.49 
33.67 
64.84 
18.63 
31.71 
41.28 
57.69 
12.39 
7.04 
9.21 
62.59 
58.81 

195.83 
88. 18 
9.26 

105.39 
73.73 
88.95 

470.98 
90.38 
96.21 

480.47 

703 . 28 
97.31 
12.84 
42.12 
19.00 
9.14 
52.05 
13.70 
1,451.92 

140.01 
26.69 
1,010.74 

103.86 
13.86 

207.79 
27.82 
28.36 
44.93 

338.42 
49.27 

126.70 
44.25 

127.70 



57.60 
61.06 
37.79 



Class of|Vessel and where'Employed. 



Screw, fishing, coasting. ^ 
Screw, pass, and freight, coasting. 
Screw, pass, and freight, coasting. 
jScrew, pass, and freight, coasting. 
Screw, pass, and freight, Strait Canso.. 
jScrew, pass, and freight, Sydney and Mulgrave. 
Screw, tug, S.vdney Harbour. 
Screw, tug and pass., Sydney and Mulgrave. 
Screw, water boat, Sydney Harbour. 
Screw, fishing, coasting. 
Screw, pass, coasting. 

Screw, pass, and freight, Sydney and North Sydney, 

Screw, tug, Glace Bay. 

Screw, tug, Mira River. 

Screw, tug, Mira River. 

Screw, pass, and freight. 

Screw, tug, coasting. , 

Screw, pass., Baddeck and Bras d'Or Lakes. 

Screw, passenger. Strait of Canso. 

Screw, tug, Pictou harbour. 

Screw, tug. coasting. 

Screw, lighter, coasting. 

Screw, lighter, coasting. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, water boat, Halifax harbour. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, freight, foreign. 

Screw, freight, foreign. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, and freight, Halifax harbour. 

Screw, water boat, Halifax harbour. 

Screw, fishing, coasting. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, lighter, Halifax harbour. 

Screw, yacht, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, foreign. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, tug and water boat, Avon river. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, fishing, coasting. 

Screw, lighter, Halifax harbour. 

Screw, lighter, Halifax harbour. 

Paddle, ferry, Halifax harbour. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, ferry, Barrington and Cape Island. 

Screw, pass., Passamaquoddy bay and St. CroLx river. 



Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, tug. La Have river. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 



88.02 Screw, freight, coasting. 



146.14 
26.86 

451.36 
38.98 

356 . 54 
66.98 
26.50 

945.00 
15.27 



Screw, freight, coastmg. 

Screw, freight, coastmg. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coastmg. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, freight coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coastmg. 

Screw, fishing, coasting. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



95 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION— ConYmwed. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY— Con<t«!terf. 



Name of Vessel. 



Cape Breton . . . 

Mabel K 

DuEferin 

Hiawatha 

Arcadia 

May Queen. . . . 

Mary Jane 

City of Ghent. . 

Louisburg 

Dartmoutli. . . . 
Prince Albert. . 

Nereid 

Wanda 

La Tour 

Gertrude M. . , . 

Edna R 

Percy Cann.. . . 

Halifax 

D. H. Thomas. 

Wobun 

Peerless 

Merimac 

Weymouth . . . . 

lona 

Gladiator 

C. M. Winch.. . 

Jlygeia 

Fairy. 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Goliah 

Bessie & Harry. 

Shannon 

•Mikado 



Bonavista. 



Pekin 

Canada 

Chebucto 

-■^mphitrite 

Kilkeel 

Boston 

Alice Maud 

Juno 

Markland 

Mariana 

Island Gem 

Ludovica 

Loretta 

Yankee 

Dolphin 

Centreville 

Ida Lue 

A. C. Whitney. . 
F. W. Roebling. 

Pastime 

Evangeline 

Avon 

Diamond 

Millie K 

Falmouth 

Chester 

Coban 

Maggie 

Mascott 

Oyama 

Coastguard 

Granville 

Glencoe 



\ 



Total. 



100 
40 
3.5 
25 



60 



800 
160 



60 
35 



100 
500 
18 




50 
600 



500 



38 
40 



20 



68 
40 
35 
175 
140 
90 



40 
40 
40 



130 
40 



1907. 

April 19. 

April 12. 

April 11. 

April 17. 

April 17. 

April 17. 

April 17. 

April 20. 

April 20. 

April 23. 

April 24. 

April 26. 

April 26. 

(April 26. 

April 26. 

April 26. 

April 26. 

April 23 . 

April 23 . 
May 



190 



17 



50 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



3. 
4. 

3. 

3. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

9, 
10. 
14. 
15. 



1906. 

Dec. 1 . 

1907. 

May 21 . 

April 21. 

Mav 26. 

May 16. 

May 29. 

June 2 
June 
June 
June 
Jime 
[June 

June 15 

June 15 

Jvme 15 

June 15 

June 15 

June 15 

June 20 

June 20 

June 18 

June 22 

June 22 

June 22 

June 22 

June 22 

June 22 

April 17 

June 25 

June 25 

Jime 26 

June 27 

Jime 28 

June 28 



Gross 
Tons. 



1,764. 19 
15.20 

210.57 
49. 19 
61.64 
35.92 
25.86 

198.64 
1,815.60 

311.23 

126.73 
12.24 
38.45 

1.54.43 
47.58 
49.66 
80.06 
1,874.88 

211.91 
1,551. 12 
94.27 
85.80 

153.93 
54.27 
70.40 
87.72 
57.69 
16.06 

146.83 
22.49 
75. 11 
43 . 94 



1.306.33 



84.91 
704 . 29 
578 . 48 
149.45 
2.52.27 
1,694.50 
44.84 
9.29 
21.92 
32.46 
15.62 
16.72 
12.02 
7.31 
8.07 
59.71 
44.51 
62.67 
161.97 
67.71 
69. 18 
64.66 
22.65 
19.85 
43.03 
79.50 
1,063.30 
19.26 
35.40 
44.25 
72.23 
133.74 
32.21 



28, 1 1 1 . 24 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, freight, foreign. 

Screw, fishing, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, pass, and freight, Pictou and Pictou Landing. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, Pictou and Pictou Island. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Paddle, ferry, Halifax and Dartmouth. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, fishing, coasting. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, tng, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, foreign. 

Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 

Screw, freight, foreign. 

Screw, passenger, Sydney and N. Sydney. 

Screw, passenger and tug, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, coasting. 

Screw, pas,senger and tug, coasting. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, Sydney and N. Sydney. 
Screw, water boat, Sydney harbour. 
Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, water boat, Halifax harbour. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, passenger, Halifax harbour. 



Screw, passenger, coasting. 



Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 

Screw, ferry, Halifax harbour. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, passenger and freight, foreign. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, Yarmouth and Bay View. 
Screw, passenger, Yarmouth and Cape Forcher. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, fishing, coasting. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, fishing, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, Yarmouth and Cape Forcher. 
Screw, fishing, coasting. 
Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, Weymouth and Sandy Cove. 
Screw, passenger, Halifa.x harbour. 
Screw, passenger and wrecking, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and lighter, Halifax harbour. 
Screw, passenger and tug, Windsor and Bay Fundy. 
Screw, passenger, .\von river and Parrsboro. 
Screw, fug, coasting. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, tug. coasting. 
Screw, freight, foreign. 
Screw, passenger, Lunenburg and South. 
Screw, passenger, Lunenburg and south shore port. 
Screw, passenger, Barrington and Cape Island. 
Screw, freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger, Annapolis and Granville. 
Screw, passenger, coasting. 



J. P. ESDAILE, Steamboat Inspector. 



96 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended" June 30, 

1906. 

NOVA SCOTIA BIWISION— Continued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINEBT — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Bruce. . . 
Oruro ... 
Caribbee. 

Beta 

Ocamo . . 
Duncan. . 
Orinoco. . 



Grane 

Universe 

St. Pierre Miquelon. 

Prince Edward 

Prince Rupert 

Prince George 

Turret Bell 

Beverley 

Hird 

Silvia 

Prince Arthur 

Rosalind 

Pretoria 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



300 'July 
150 lAug. 



41 
75 
75 



140 



Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 



18. 
21. 
30. 
13. 
19. 
16. 
8. 



1907. 



Feb. 6 

April 21 

^92 April 23 

400 'April 25 

600 April 25 

600 April 26 
May 

250 May 
May 

136 June 

600 June 

100 June 

300 Jime 



1. 
9. 
23. 
4. 
6. 
12. 
6. 



Total. 



Gross 
Tons. 



1,154.69 
1,919.07 
1,944.17 
1,086.67 
1,826.54 
1,031.47 
2,486.49 



1,121.07 

2,535.51 
844.95 
1,413.74 
1,158.44 
2,040.14 
2,211.47 
1,516.52 
1,151.61 
1,707.70 
2,041 . 44 
2,567.70 
3,302.81 



35,062.20 



Tonnage 
Dues 
and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 



$ cts. 

92 40 
153 52 
155 52 

86 96 
146 16 



198 88 



67 60 
113 12 

92 64 
163 20 



121 36 



136 64 
163 28 
205 44 
264 24 



2,160 96 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



[Screw, 
[Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
I Screw, 
Screw, 
'Screw, 



jSerew, 
i Screw, 
Screw, 
I Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
jScrew, 
I Screw, 
I Screw, 
I Screw, 
Screw, 
I Screw, 
Screw, 



passenger, Canadian and Foreign, 
passenger, Canadian and foreign, 
passenger, Canadian and foreign, 
passenger, Canadian and foreign, 
passenger, Canadian and foreign, 
freight, coastLng. 
passenger, Canadian and foreign. 



freight, coasting. 

freight, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, coasting. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, coastLag. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

freight, coasting. 

passenger, coasting. 

freight, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 



J. P. ESDAILE, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

NOVA SCOTIA BlYISlOa— Continued. 

BoiLEBS AND MACHINERY — Concluded. 



97 



Name of Vessel. 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



Ethel Jean 

Aid 

Vulcan 

Meadow Flower. 

Star. . 

Victoria 

Isaac N. Veasey, 

Pawnee 

Richmond 

Olive 

Elsie 

Mersey 

Cygnet 

Dawson 

Oneita 

Yuba 

Total. . 



47.06 
98.55 
18.40 
6.56 
6.07 
67.65 
88.96 
106.80 
132.21 
35.49 
22.14 
41.62 
11.23 
37.25 
14.96 
12.04 



746.99 



Registered 
Tonnage. 



32.68 
67.02 
12.52 

4.46 

4.13 
40.21 
60.49 
64.73 
88.82 
24.13 
15.06 
28.30 

7.64 
16.99 
10.18 

6.01 



483.37 



Remarks. 

Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 



Out of district, Newfoundland; tug. 

Out of district, Newfoundland, tug. 

Laid up, new boiler, tug. 

Laid up, new boiler, tug. 

Laid up, new boiler, tug. 

Laid up, new boiler, tug. 

Laid up, new boiler, tug. 

Laid up, new boiler, passenger. 

Laid up, passenger. 

Not yet inspected, tug. 

Not yet inspected, tug. 

Not yet inspected, tug. 

Not yet inspected, tug. 

Not yet inspected, tug. 

Not yet inspected, tug. 

Laid up, tug. 



J. P. ESDAILE, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



23—7 



98 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 190B 

NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION— Continued. 



HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Amethyst 

Strath cona 

Fred. L. M. Pamt. 

Percy Cami 

Malcolm Cann 

Sea Bird 

Marion 

Nelson 

Hygeia 

Alameda 

Blue Hill 

Baines Hawkins.. . 

Wasis 

Havana 

Commodore 

Senlac 

Westport III 

Yarmouth 

Bridgewater 

Halifax 

Mahone 

Oyama 



Harlaw... . ." 

Restigouche 

Amelia 

Dufferin 

Arcadia 

Hiawatha 

May Queen 

Cape Breton 

Louisburg 

Halifax 

Prince Albert 

Gertrude M 

La Tour 

Percy Cann 

City of Ghent 

Bonavista 

Dartmouth 

Douglas H. Thomas.. 

Wobvm 

Weymouth 

lona 

Merimac 

Hygeia 

Peerless 

Chebucto 

Kilkeel 

Canada 

Juno 

Markland 

Boston 

A. C. WTiitney 

F. W. Roebling 

Inverness 

Evangeline 

Avon 

Pastime 

Coban 

Maggie 

Mascott 

Trusty 

Mersey 

Oyama 

Yankee 

Ida Lue 

Glencoe 

Granville 

George L 



160 
35 
60 

100 
60 
50 

800 
18 



100 

23 
22 
190 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



30 July 


14 


100 


July 


12 


40 


July 


17 


140 


July 


17 


100 


July 


17 


40 


July 


18 


400 


July 


18 


40 


July 


18 


190 


lJuly 


19 


40 


July 


30 


140 


lJuly 


21 




'Aug. 


23 




Aug. 


12 




Aug. 


15 


30 


Sept. 


13 


300 


Oct. 


3 


150 


Oct. 


4 


450 


Oct. 


4 


225 


Oct. 


26 


250 


Nov. 


14 


39 


Nov. 


17 


33 


.Nov. 


22 



I 1907. 
60 Mar. 23 
122 April 
200 April 
100 AprU 
35 April 17 
40 April 17 
25 April 17 

April 19 

April 20 

500 April 23 
" " April 25 
April 26 
April 26 
April 27 
April 20 
April 20 
April 23 
April 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



140 
90 
175 



40 
40 



9. 
12. 
11. 



350 May 

600 I May 

May 

50 April 

38 June 

40 June 

500 Jime 

40 Jime 

35 June 

25 April 



June 
June 
June 
April 
June 
Jime 



145 June 

20 June 

40 June 

20 June 

68 June 

40 June 

100 June 

100 June 



23. 
4. 
3. 
4. 
3. 
4. 
4. 
26. 
29. 
21. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
20. 
20. 

6. 
22. 
22. 
18. 
17. 
23. 
23. 
25. 
25. 
26. 
15. 
15. 
28. 
28. 
28. 



Gross 
Tons. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



1,357.00 
284.09 
88.16 
80.06 
211.81 
41.28 
478.49 
64.34 
57.69 
62.59 
195.83 
703.28 
480.47 
470.98 
12.84 
1,010.74 
140.01 
1,451.92 
207.79 
338.42 
126.70 
44.25 



451.36 

945. 

356.54 

210.57 
61.64 
49.19 
35.92 
1,764.19 
1,815.60 
1,874.88 

126.73 
47.58 

154.43 
80.06 

198.64 
1,306.33 

311.23 

211.91 
1,551.12 

153.93 
54.27 
85.90 
57.69 
94.27 

576.48 

252.27 

704.29 
9.29 
21.92 
1,694.50 
62.67 

161.97 
66.98 
69.78 
64.66 
67.71 
1,063.30 
19.26 
35.40 
67.60 
41.62 
44.25 
7.31 
44.51 
32.21 

133.74 
61.06 



Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight. Strait of Canso. 
Screw, passenger and freight. Strait of Canso. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, tug, Sydney harbour. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Sydney and N. Sydney. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Mira river. 

Scrfew, passenger, Baddeck and lakes. 

Screw, freight, foreign. 

Screw, freight, foreign. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

'.Screw, freight and passenger, Halifax harbour. 
, Screw, freight and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, freight and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, freight and passenger, foreign. 
Screw, freight and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, freight and passenger, Halifax harbour. 
Screw, freight and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, ferry, Barrington and Cape island. 



Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
jScrew, passenger and freight, Pictou & Pictou Ldg. 
I Screw, passenger and freight, Pictou & Pictou Isld. 
Screw, passenger and freight, foreign. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, foreign. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, Strait of Canso. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Paddle, ferry, Halifax harbour. 
iScerw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
'Screw, passenger and freight, foreign. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, Sydney and N. Sydney. 
Screw, passenger and freight, Sydney and N. Sydney. 
Screw, ferry, Halifax harbour. 
Screw, freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger, Yarmouth and Bay View. 
Screw, passenger, Yarmouth and Cape Forcher. 
Screw, passenger and freight, foreign. 
Screw, passenger, Halifax harbour. 
Screw, passenger and wrecking, coasting. 
Screw, passenger and freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger, Windsor and Bay of Fundy. 
Screw, passenger. Parrsboro and Avon. 
Screw, passenger, Halifax harboiu". 
Screw, freight, foreign. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Lunenburg and south. 
Screw, pass, and fre'ght, Limenburg & south shore ptf 
Screw, pass, and frt., Lunenburg & adjacent ports. 
Screw, pass., Mersey river and adjacent ports. 
Screw, passenger, Barrington and Cape Island. 
Screw, passenger, Yarmouth and Cape Forchei 
Screw, passenger, Weymouth and coast. 
Screw, passenger, Annapolis and Granville. 
Screw, passenger, Annapolis and Bay of Fundy. 
Screw, passenger, Annapolis and Bay of Fundy. 



S. R. HILL, Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



99 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels inspected in Canada but registered elsewhere for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 



NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION— Continued. 
HULL INSPECTION — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Pruce. . . 
Caribbee. 
Beta. . . . 
Ocamo. . 
Orinoco.. 
Oruro . . . 
Duncan.. 



Grane 

Turret Bell..". 

Universe 

St. Pierre Miquelon. 

Prince George 

Prince Rupert 

Prince Edward 

Beverlev 

Hird , . 

Silvia 

Prince Arthm- 

Rosalind 

Pretoria 



300 
41 
75 
125 
140 
150 



92 
600 
600 
400 
250 



136 
600 
160 
300 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 29 
Aug. 21 . 
Oct. 14. 



18. 
30. 
14. 
19. 



1907. 

Feb. 5 
April 20 
April 21 
April 21 
April 25 
April 25 
April 26 
Mai- 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 



9. 
23. 
4. 
6. 
12. 
6. 



Gross 
Tons. 



Tonnage 
Dues 
and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 



1,154.69 
1,944.17 
1,086.67 
1,826.54 
2,484.49 
1,919.07 
1,031.47 



1,121.07 
2,211.47 
2,535.51 
844.95 
2,040.14 
1,158.44 
1,413.74 
1,516.52 
1,151.61 
1,707.70 
2,041.44 
2,567.70 
3,302.81 



$ cts. 

92 40 
155 52 

86.96 
146 16 
198 88 
153 52 



67 60 
163 20 

92 64 
113 12 
121 36 



136 64 
163 28 
205 44 
264 24 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 



Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 



passenger, Canadian 
passenger, Canadian 
passenger, Canadian 
passenger, Canadian 
passenger, Canadian 
passenger, Canadian 
freight, coasting. 



and foreign, 
and foreign, 
and foreign, 
and foreign, 
and foreign, 
and foreign. 



freight, coasting. 

freight, coasting. 

freight, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, coasting. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, coasting. 

freight, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, coasting. 

freight, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, Canadian and foreign. 

passenger, Canadan and foreign. 



S. li. HILL, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



23—7* 



100 



MARFS^E AXD FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam "Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY. 





Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 


Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 






Name of Vessel. 


Gross 
Tons. 


Class of Vessel and where Employed. 






1906. 







Western Extension. 

Maggie M 

Nereid 

Northumberland. . . 
Princess 



1907. 



Wenonah July 4. . 

R. R. Call 27 July 4.. 

St. Isidore July 4. . 

Alexandra 396 July 4.. 

St. George 156 [July 4. 

Gray Loggie July 4. 

Wm. M July 5. . 

St. Andrew July 5. . 

Arthur Dec. 30. . 

Edith July 5. .1 

St. Nicholas I 75 July 5.. 

Sarcella July 5. . 

Sybella H 37 July 5.. 

Marv- Odell i 31 July 5. . 

Jubilee July 5.. 

Miramichi 193 July 5., 

Mascott July 5.. 

Bessie jJuly 7.. 

Laura July 7. 

David R ;July 7., 

LadvDufiferin 40 July 7. 

Irene July 7. 

Rustler 176 July 7. 

Loyalist July 7. 

Bridgetown July 7. 

Premier Dec. 30. 

St. Lawrence July 11. 

Nyanza 63 July 11. 

Atlas July 12. 

Borrioboola-Gha IJuly 12. 

Henrietta I July 12. 

Wenola July 12. 

Florence ■ 17 July 13. 

Victor July 13. 

Ludlow 493 July 17. 

Dream Dec. 30. 

Zuleika July 25. 

Flushing 125 Aug. 22. 

Bessie Ardella 40 Aug. 14. 

Viking 164 Aug. 14. 

Ben Hur Aug. 22. 

Mildred Aug. 23. 

Lord Roberts 40 Aug. 24. 

Admiral Togo (gasoline 18 Aug. 29. 

Kathleen Aug .14. 

Waring Sept. 5 . 

Call una Alar. 1 . 

Powerful Sept. 7. 

Comet Sept. 7. 

Alice Sept. 8. 

Geneva (gasoline) 90 Sept. 11. 

SpringhUl 1 40 Mar. 14. 

Mikado 45 Sept. 20. 

E.Ross 37 Sept. 20. 

Rona Oct. 6. 

Vacuna Oct. 10. 

Kilkeel Sept. 21. 

Aurora 201 Oct. 2. 

Aberdeen 196 Oct. 20. 

Wanda 12 Dec. 6. 

Clymene Oct. 30. 

Ouaiigondy 265 Nov. 18. 

Dingo 40 Dec. 14. 

Kings^•ille 1 'Dec. 19. 



9.02 
23.16 
141.75 
200.72 
277.78 
99.20 
29.11 
76.64 
4.99 
21.55 
62.20 
21.86 
70.68 
28.92 
16.52 
75.18 
70.. 50 
5.18 
13.55 
25.27 
47.48 
10.29 
101.54 
17.. 57 
14.66 
8.70 
50.82 
83.21 
15.79 
95.77 
19. 12 
25.10 
19.. 33 
45.51 
534.01 
44.51 
15.87 
177.65 
17.42 
127.70 
13.84 
40.11 
55.98 
5.44 
6.01 
28.74 
22.26 
29.34 
20.85 
15.77 
14.49 
189.05 
80.09 
29.63 
70.05 
9.52 
252.27 
364.24 
243 . 86 
38.48 
10.39 
294.75 
70.13 
36.59 



Screw, yacht, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. 
Paddle, tug, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. 
Paddle, tug and passenger, Miramichi river. 
Screw, freight, coasting. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug. Miramichi river. 
Screw, yacht, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. 
rScrew, tug and passenger, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. , 
jPaddle, ferry, Miramichi river. 
jScrew, tug, Miramichi river. 
iScrew, tug, Miramichi river. 
Screw, passenger, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. 
Screw, fish boat, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. 
Paddle, ferry, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tvig, Miramichi river. 
Paddle, passenger, Miramichi river. 
Paddle, tug, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, Miramichi river. 
Screw, tug, iliramichi river. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, passenger, Bathurst harbour. 
Screw, tug, Restigouche river. 
Paddle, tug, Re.stigouche river. 
Screw, tug, Restigouche river. 
Screw, tug, Restigouche river. 
Screw, passenger, Restigouche river. 
Paddle, tug, Restigouche river. 
Screw, ferry, St. John harbour. 
Screw, yacht, St. John river. 
Screw, yacht, St. John river. 
Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, passenger, St. CroLx river. 
Screw, pleasure yacht, St. John river. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, ferry, Dorchester river. 
Screw, pleasure yacht, St. John river. 
Screw, tug, St. John harbour. 
Screw, tug, Riehibucto river. 
jPaddle, tug, Riehibucto river, 
i Paddle, tug, Riehibucto river. 
Screw, tug, Buctouche river. 
Twin screw, passenger, St. Croix river. 
Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, ferry, St. John to Pleasant Point. 
Screw, tug, coasting. 
Screw, yacht, Chippinticooh lake. 
Screw, freight, coasting. 
Screw, passenger, coasting. 
Stern wheel, passenger, St. John river. 
Screw, passenger, St. Croix river. 
Screw, yacht, St. John harbour. 
Paddle, ferry, St. John harbour. 
Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 
Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 



318 iJan 



610 
415 



18. . 
Mar. 21 . . 
Mar. 21 . 



Mar. 
Mar. 



27. . 
27. . I 



424.89 : Paddle, ferry, St. John harbour. 
65.78 Screw, tug, coasting. 
30.03 Screw, tug, St. John harbour. 
1,255.46 Twin screw, passenger, coasting. 
541.79 IScrew, passenger, coasting. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



101 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION— Con^mued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Fred. M. Batt... 
City of London.. 

Hampstead 

Daun 

Herculas 

Sea King 

Wm. H. Murray. 

Elaine 

Lady Eileen 

Harbinger 

Crystal Stream.. , 

Wilfred C 

Fred. Glasier 

Helen Glasier. . . . 

Majestic 

Champlain 

Lilly Glasier 

Winnie 

May Queen 

Joseph 

Serena E 

Hero 

Admiral 

Clayton 

Martello 

Victoria 

Captain 

Champion 

Hampton 

Springfield 

Pokanoket 

Maggie Miller. . . . 

Bismark 

Daniel 

Leader 

G. D. Himter 

Arthur 

Cacouna 

Calluna 

Electra 

Montague 

Wm. Aitken 

Elfin 

T. A. Stewart.... 

Arbutus 

Scionda 

G. K. King 

Eva 

James Holly 

Fannie 

Fanchon 

Eva Johnson. ... 
Annie Currier. . . . 

■ Latona 

Peri 

Randolph 

Ernest 

Allan Sewell 

Frederick A 

Ada 

Empress 

Neptune 

Quiddy 

Tangent 

Lord Wolseley. . . 
Lillie 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



16 
250 
110 



465 
500 
40 
459 
184 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1907. 



362 
389 



437 



40 



802 



293 
210 
600 
137 



40 
40 

25 
126 



32 



30 



700 
100 



60 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



28. 
27. 

' 2 

i! 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 

i: 

6. 

6. 
9. 
9. 
9. 



Mar. 
Mar. 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 12 
April 10 
April 9 
April 10 
April 10 
April 12 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 19 
April 19 
April 20 
April 1 
April 23 
April 25 
April 24 
April 24 
April 27 
April 28 
May 15 



16. 
16. 
7. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
9. 
10. 
12. 
14. 
17. 
19. 
19. 
28. 
28. 
28. 
28. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
26. 
28. 



June 15. 

June 19. 

June 8. 

June 9. 

June 20. 

June 21 . 



Gross 
Tons. 



59.90 
515.77 
234.52 
5.01 
87.11 
128.63 
74.89 
272.08 
920.72 
108.50 
482.05 
99.26 
10.39 
12.00 
274.63 
392.46 
209.31 
12.46 
539.40 
53.75 
24.94 
127.63 
158.20 
42.62 
33.65 
1,001.93 
68.43 
190.14 
182.88 
232.73 
489.63 
104.66 
49.04 
28.81 
29.32 
67.97 
4.99 
1,450.78 
22.26 
106.96 
129.55 
74.87 
122.42 
35.94 
46.76 
77.60 
45.48 
18.01 
31.21 
34.05 
110.61 
15.77 
10.56 
22.68 
11.77 
8.71 
12.58 
11.59 
31.11 
3.66 
1,341.71 
71.15 
30.59 
35.74 
72.91 
71.64 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, tug and passenger, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, St. John river. 

jScrew, yacht, St. John river. 

jScrew, tug, St. John river. 

jScrew, tug, St. John river. 

Screw, tug, St. John river. 

Screw, passenger, St. John river. 

Screw, passenger, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, coasting. 

Screw, passenger, St. John river. 

Screw, passenger, coasting. 

Screw, tug, St. John river. 

Screw, tug, St. John river. 

Screw, passenger, St. John river. 

Screw, passenger, St. John river. 

Paddle, tug, St. John river. 

Screw, tug, St. John river. 

Paddle, passenger, St. John river. 

Screw, tug, St. John river. 

Screw, tug and passenger, St. John river. 

Paddle, screw and passenger, St. John Hver. 

Paddle, tug and passenger, St. John river. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Paddle, pass., St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Paddle, tug, St. John River. 

Stern wheel, pass., St. John River. 

Stern wheel, pass., St. John Rivir.e 

Twin screw, pass., St. John River. 

Paddle, ferry, Milkish to Millidgeville. 

Paddle, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, Miramichi River. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, tug, Richibucto River. 

Screw, palss., coasting. Prince Edward Island. 

Paddle, ferry, Georgetown to Montague. 

Screw, tug and pass., coasting. 

Paddle, ferry, Charlottetown Harbour. 

Twin screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, pass., Summerside and Bedeque. 

Screw, yacht and coasting. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Paddle, pass., St. John River. 

Screw, tug. St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Twin screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River. 

Screw, tug, St. John River and Bay. 

Screw, tug, St. John River and Bay. 

Twin screw, pass., coasting. 

Screw, pass., St. John Harbour. 

Paddle, tug, St. John River. 

Twin screw, tug, St. John River 

Screw, tug, coasting. 

iScrew, tug, and pass., coasting 



102 MARINE AND FISHERIES , 

6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 
Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION— C<wjtint*€d. 
BOILERS AND MACHINEET — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 


Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 


Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 


Gross 
Tons. 


Class of Vessel and where Employed. 


Brunswick '. 

Total 


286 
40 
20 


1906. 

June 9. . 
June 28. . 
June 20. . 
June 12.. 


33.59 
184.27 
189.05 

84.73 

18,886.47 


Screw, yacht, St. John River. 
Screw, freight and pass., coasting. 
Screw, tug and pass., coasting. 
Screw, pass., coasting. 



C. E. DALTON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. i 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION— Continwed 
BOILEBS AND MACHiNERT — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Eastport. 



Lubec . 



Henry F. Eaton. 
St. CroLx 



Calvin Austin . 
Tanke 



Eastport. 



Henry F. Eaton. 
Total 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



222 



126 



265 
500 



1,000 



222 



269 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Gross 
Tons. 



1905. 

Nov. 7. 

1907. 

June 10. 

1906. 

April 20. 
Dec. 28. 

1907. 

April 14. 
June 27 . 

1906. 
Sept. 18. 

1907. 
Mar. . . 30 . 



Tonnage 
Dues 

and j Class of Vessel and where Employed. 
Inspection" 
Fees Paid.! 



$ cts.i 



64.29 



50.94 



240.04 
1,993.58 



3,826.25 



749.74 60 00 



64.29 



240.04 



-I- 



Screw, ferry, Passamaquoddy bay. 
Screw, ferry, Passamaquoddy bay. 



Screw, pass., St. Croix River. 
Screw, pass., coasting. 



]Screw, pass., coasting. 
Screw, freight, coasting. 

Screw, ferry, Passamaquoddy bay. 

Screw, pass., St. Croix river. 



7,229.17 1 60 00 



C. E. DALTON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPE'^TION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION— Conttnued. 
BOILERS AND MACHINERY — Continued. 



103 



Name of Vessel. 



Hope 

Gracie Bell. 

Gipsy 

Squirrel. . . . 

Acadia 

Granville. . . 

Goliah 

Nautilus 

Scout 

Campobello. 

Senlac 

Penobscot. . 

Total 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



305.77 
10.52 
16.70 
13.11 
74.21 
133.74 
146.83 
26.58 
9.26 
39.81 
1,010.74 
1,414.02 



Registered 
Tonnage. 



161.61 
7. 16 
11.37 
8.97 
66.53 
49.31 
99.85 
18.07 
4.07 
20.87 
687.30 
1,244.00 



♦ Remarks. 

Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 



3,201.29 



2,379.91 



Paddle, laid up waiting new boiler. 

Screw, yacht, not applied for. 

Screw, tug, out of district. 

Screw, tug, laid up for new boiler. 

Screw, pass., out of district. 

Screw, pass., out of district. 

Screw, tug, out of district. 

Screw, yacht, laid up. 

Screw, tug, out of district. 

Screw, pass., not applied for. 

Screw, pass., inspected in Nova Scotia. 

Paddle, pass., not applied for. 



C. E. D ALTON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



104 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Straj^i Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION— Conimued. 



HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

i °^ 
I Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Alexandra . 

St. George. , 
R. R. Call.. 
Svbella H. . 
Mary Odell. 
Miramichi. . 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 




Class of Vessel and where Employed 



1906. 



James Neilsen 

St. Nicholas; 

Lady Dufferin 

Rustler 

Nyanza 

Florence 

Viking 

Bessie Ardella 

R-tis-3 (gasoline) 

Lord Roberts 

Vivian C 

Admiral Togo (gasoline) 

Ludlow 

Flushing 

Geneva (gasoline) 

Springhill 

Mikado 

E. Ross : 

Kilkeel 

Aurora 

Aberdeen 



B. 
.R. 



396 
156 
27 
37 
31 
100 1 
193 t 



July 
July 
July 
July 
,July 
July 



75 
40 

176 
63 
17 

164 
40 



4. . 
4. . 

4. . 

5. . 
5. . 
5. . 



40 
125 
18 
493 
125 
90 
40 
45 
37 



201 
196 



Not issued . 
July 6.. 
Julv 7.. 
July 7.. 

July 11.. 

July 13.. 

Aug. 14.. 

Aug.. 14. . 
Not issued. 

Aug. 24. . 

Aug. 25.. 

Aug. 29. . 

July 17. . 

Aug. 22. . 

Sept. 11.. 

Mar. 14. . 

Sept. 20. . 

Sept. 22.. 

iSept. 21.. 
Oct. 2.. 

Oct. 20. . 

1905. 



200.72 
277.78 
23.16 
70.68 
28.92 
75.18 

30.50 

62.20 
47.48 
101 . .54 
83.21 
19.33 
127.70 
17.42 
3.04 
55.98 
58.00 
5.44 
534.01 
177.65 
14.49 
189.05 
80.09 
29.63 
252.27 
364.24 
243.86 



Wanda. 



Viking 

'Ouangondy. 
Dirigo 



Western Extension. 
Northumberland. . . 

Princess 

City of London. . . . 

Fred M. Batt 

Hampstead 

Elaine 

Wilfred 

Serena E 

Lady Eileen 

Harbinger 

Victoria 

Majestic 

May Queen 

Crystal Stream 

Champlain 

Maggie Miller 

Pokanoket 

Hampton 



Cacouna. 



Montague. . . 

Electra 

Elfin 

Wm. Aitkin. 

Arbutus 

Fanchon. . . . 



12 


Dec'. 


6. . 


38 


48 




1906. 






164 


Aug. 


14. . 


127 


70 


265 


Nov. 


18. 


294 


75 


40 


Dec. 


14. . 


70 


13 






1907. 






318 


Jan. 


18. . 


424 


89 


610 


Mar. 


26. . 


1,255 


46 


415 


Mar. 


27. . 


541 


79 


250 


April 


2. . 


515 


77 


16 


Mar. 


28. . 


59 


90 


110 


April 


2. . 


234 


52 


465 


April 


4. . 


272 


08 


184 


April 


6. . 


99 


26 


40 


April 


12. . 


24 


94 


500 


April 


5. . 


920 


72 


40 


April 


9. . 


108 


56 


802 


April 


18. . 


1,001 


93 


362 


April 


9. . 


274 


63 


437 


April 


10. . 


539 


40 


459 


.\pril 


19. . 


482 


05 


389 


April 


12. . 


392 


46 


:37 


April 


25. . 


104 


66 


600 


April 


23. . 


489 


63 


293 


April 


20. . 


182 


88 




1906. 








May 


15. . 


1,430 


18 




1907. 






40 


Mav 


7. . 


129 


55 


40 


Mav 


7. . 


106 


96 


126 


Mav 


9. . 


122 


42 


25 


May 


8. . 


74 


87 


32 


May 


10. . 


46 


76 


30 


May 


28. . 


110 


61 



i Screw, pass., Miramichi river. 
Paddle, pass., Miramichi river. 
Screw, pass., Miramichi river. 
Paddle, ferry , Miramichi river. 
Screw, pass., Miramichi river. 
J Screw, pass., Miramichi river. 

I Screw, pass., Miramichi river. 
.Screw, pass., Miramichi river. 
Paddle, ferry, Miramichi river. 
Paddle pass., Miramichi river. 
Screw, pass., Miramichi river. 
Screw, pass., Miramichi River. 
Screw, pass., St. Croix river. 
Screw, pass., St.. Croix river 
Screw, pass., Charlottetown. 
Screw, pass., St. John river. 
Barge, St. John river. 
Screw, pass.. Hopewell Cape. 
Double screw, ferry, St. John river. 
Screw, pass., St. John river. 
Screw, pass., St. Croix river. 
Screw, pass., Minas Basin. 
Screw, pass., Apple river. 
Screw, ferry, St. John river. 
Screw, freight, coasting. 
Screw, pass., CSIrand Manan. 
Stern wheel, pass., St. John river." 



Screw, pass., St. Croix river. 



Paddle, ferry, St. John river. 



Paddle, ferry, St. John river. 
Twin screw, pass., Northirmberland Strait. 
Screw, pass., Northumberland Strait. 
.^Screw, pass., Northumberland Strait; 
iScrew, pass., Northumberland Strait. 
[Screw, pass., St. John river. 
Screw, pass., St John River. 
Screw, pass., Moncton river. 
Screw, pass., St. John river. 
Twin screw, Gaspe Coast. 
Screw, pass., River Hibbert. 
Paddle, pass., St. John river. 
Screw, pass., St. John river. 
Paddle, pass., St. John river. 
Paddle, pass., St. John river. 



'Screw, 



St. John river. 



pass., 

I Paddle, ferry, Millidgeville. 
Twin screw, pass., St. John river. 
Stern wheel, pass., St. John river. 



Screw, freight, coasting. 



Paddle, ferry, Georgetown, P.E.I. 
Screw, pass., Georgetown, P.E.I. 
Paddle, ferry, Charlottetown. 
Screw, pass., Charlottetown. 
Screw, pass., Summerside. 
110.61 Paddle, pas^., St. John river. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION— Continued. 

HULL INSPECTION — Continued. 



105 



Name of Vessel. 


Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 


Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 

f 


Gross 
Tons. 


Class of Vessel and where Employed. 


Neptune, ordinary 

Neptune, used on ferry; 
Lillie 

Brflnswick, bay 

Brunswick, basin 

Springfield 


700 
40 / 
100 I 
60 
20 
40 / 
286 1 
40 
210 


1906. 

June 15. . 
Jime 19. . 

June 21 . . 
June 12.. 
June 28. . 

June 20. . 
June 29.. 


1,341.71 
71.15 

71.64 
84.73 
184.27 

189.05 
232.73 


Twin screw, pass., Northumberland Strait. 
Screw, pass., St. John river. 

Screw, pass., St. John river. 
Screw, pass., coasting. 
Screw, pass., coasting. 

Screw, pass., coasting. 

Stern wheel, pass., St. John river. 



I. J. OLIVE, 

Hull hispedor. 



Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the vear ended June 30, 

1906. 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND BIWISIO'N— Concluded. 

HULL INSPECTION — Concluded. 



Name of Vessel. 



Henry F. Eaton. 
Lubec 



Eastport . 



Eastport. 
St. Croix . 



Calvin Austin. . . 
Henry F. Eaton. 
Tanke 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



255 
126 



222 



1906. 

April 20 . 
June 10. 

1905. 

Nov. 7 . 

1906. 



222 Sept. 19. 
500 Dec. 28. 

' 1907. 

1,000 April 16. 

269 Mar. 30. 
June 27. 



Gross 
Tons. 



240.04 
50.94 



64.29 



64.29 
1,993.58 



3,826.25 
240.04 
749.74 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, pass., St. CroLx river. 
Screw, pass., Passamaquoddy bay. 



Screw, pass., Passamaquoddy bay. 



Screw, pass., Passamaquoddy bay. 
Screw, pass., coasting. 



Screw, pass., coasting. 

Screw, pass., Passamaquoddy bay. 

Screw, freight, coasting. 



I. J. OLIVE, 

Hull Inspector. 



106 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
SxEA^ki Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA DIVISION. 

BOILERS, MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



York 

Aberdeen , 

Kelowna 

Maude Moore . . . . , 

Nelson 

International 

Kokanee 

Ymir 

Valhalla 

Moyie 

Pilot 

Idler..., 

Enterprise 

Flirt 

Kaslo 

Argenta 

Hercules . 

Slocan 

Sandon 

Minto 

Irene 

Yale 

Smuggler 

Proctor 

Victoria 

Adam Hall 

Kootenay. ...... 

Blonde 

Archer 

Rossland 

Columbia 

Geo. F. Piper. . . . 

Lardeau 

Ptarmigan 

Selkirk 

Pert 

Thompson 

Maud Innis 

Riffle 

Ethel Ross 

Orion 

Dominion 

Tasraanian 

Joan 

Danube 

Thistle 

Fern 

Tees 

Shamrock 

Ramona 

Queen City 

Lyackson 

Slocan 

Charmer 

Mist 

Princess Beatrice. 

Ranger 

Maude 

Patsy 

Flossie 



70 
250 



125 
300 
200 



30 
250 



500 
40 
50 

300 
50 

250 



30 
30 



300 



300 



40 



40 



50 
20 
500 
300 
100 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
,Aug. 
Aug. 



175 
12 
175 
100 



300 
500 
30 
350 



12 



:July 
I July 
'Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 20 
July 21. 
July 21 . 
July 22. 
Julv 23. 
July 24. 
July 24. 
Julv 24. 
July 25 . 
July 25 . 
July 25. 
July 28. 
July 28. 
July 31 
Aug 



Aug. 22. 

Aug. 22. 

Aug. 24. 

Aug. 25 
Aug. 
.A.ug. 
Aug. 

Sept. 18. 

Sept. 21. 

Sept. 25 . 

Oct. 14. 

Oct. 14. 

Oct. 28. 

Nov. 7. 

Nov. 28. 

Dec. 5. 

Dec. 23. 

Dec. 23 . 



26. 
28. 
9. 



1907. 



Sadie 

Otter 

Shamrock. 
Venture. . . 

Alert 

Albion 

Athens.. . . 
Selkirk.. . . 



12 Jan. 

70 Jan. 

12 Jan. 

305 Jan. 

35 Jan. 

25 Jan. 
Feb. 

12 Feb. 



8. 
12. 
16. 
23. 
24. 
17. 

7. 

9. 



Gross 
Tons. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



134.00 i Freight and pass., Okanagan Lake. 
554.04 Freight and pass., Okanagan Lake. 

65.38 Tug, Okanagan Lake. 

8.64 Tug, Okanagan Lake. 

496.01 I Freight and pass., Kootenay Lake. 
525.55 Freigh^and pass., Kootenay Lake. 
347.50 Freight and pass., Kootenay Lake. 

69 . 74 Tug, Kootenay Lake. 

153.23 Tug, Kootenay Lake. 

834.81 [Freight and pass., Kootenay Lake. 

7.80 Tug, Kootenay Lake. 

3.88 ;Tug, Kootenay Lake. 

20.00 iTug, Kootenay Lake. 

3.58 ITug, Kootenay Lake. 

764.77 Freight and pass., Kootenay Lake. 

206.32 Freight and pass., Kootenay Lake. 

64.68 Freight and pass., Kootenay Lake. 

578.03 Freight and pass., Slocan Lake. 

96.22 Freight and pass., Slocan Lake. 

828.91 Freight and pass., Columbia River, 

28 . 95 Tug, Colimibia River. 

36 . 28 Tug, Columbia River. 

15.95 Tug, Columbia River. 

43.12 Freight and pass.. Trout Lake. 

106.60 Freight and pass.. Trout Lake. 

144.61 Tug, Columbia River. 

1,117.09 Freight and pass., Columbia River. 

32 . 64 Tug, Columbia River. 

15.32 Tug, Columbia River. 

883.55 Freight and pass., Columbia River. 

49 . 84 Tug, Columbia River. 

70. 15 Freight and pass., Columbia River. 

9 . 60 Tug, Columbia River. 

246.45 Freight and pass., Columbia River. 

58.49 i Yacht, Columbia River. 

6.44 ITug, Colimibia River. 

149.80 Tug, Thompson River. 

22.54 Tug Shuswap Lake. 

36 . 62 Tug, Thompson River. 

82.05 Tug, Thompson River. 

108.79 Whaler, North Pacific. 

17.58 Pass., Victoria Harbour. 

21.10 Pass., Alberni Canal. 

821.21 Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

886.89 Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

383.99 Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

23.60 Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

679.15 I Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

89.60 Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

250.79 1 Pass., Fraser River. 

391.21 iFreight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

21.93 Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

604.66 Freight and pass., Slocan Lake. 

1,044.41 Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

28.68 Pass. Nanaimo harbour. 

1,289.51 Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

53.20 Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

174.99 Freight, B.C. coastwise. 

6.99 Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

4.64 ,Tug, B.C. coastwise. 



49.30 Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

365.97 Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

23 . 83 Tug, B. C. coastwise. 

812.45 iFreight and pass., B.C. coastwise 

43.81 I Pass., Nanaimo harbour. 

88.11 ITug. B.C. coastwise. 

23.21 Fishing, B.C. coastwise. 

141.63 Freight, B.C. coastwise. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

■ 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA DIVISION— Contimied. 

BOILERS, MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION. 



107 



Name of Vessel. 



Lome 

Czar 

Maple Leaf 
Transfer. . . 

Bute 

Pilot 

Oscar 

Trader 

Iroquois, 
Daisy. ... 
J. L. Card 
Mount Royal 



Hope. 

Edna Grace, 
R. P. Rithet 
City of Nanaimo 

Amur 

Chieftain 
Forager 
Princess May 




Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1907. 



20 Feb. 
15 Feb. 
!Feb. 



120 



22 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
.... jMar. 
20 I Mar. 
60 'Mar. 
15 IMar. 
[Mar. 
130 lApr. 



13. 
17. 
21. 
22. 
26. 
16. 
12. 
13. 
24. 
18. 
28. 
6. 



1906. 



July 
Apr. 
Apr. 

May 
May 
.June 
I June 
500 I June 



15. 
9. 
9. 

14. 
21. 
5. 
13. 

20. 



Gross 
Tons. 



Total 



287.96 
152.18 
8.84 
264.16 

48.86 
279.05 

95.42 
167.18 
195 . 49 

60.10 
141.06 
471.03 



78.49 
42.00 
816.69 
761.37 
•907.17 
64.80 
89.57 
1,717.00 



24,018.8^ 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

Freight and pass., Fraser River. 

Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

Freight, B.C. coastwise. 

Freight, B.C. coastwise. 

Freight and pass., inland coastwise. 

Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

Freight, B.C. coastwise. 

Freight and pass., Skeena River. 



Tug, B.C. coastwise. 
'Tug, B.C. coastwise. 

Freight and pass., Victoria to Fraser River. 
Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 
Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 
Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 
Freight, B. C. coastwise. 
Freight and pass., B.C. coastwise. 



A. THOMSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



108 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30* 

1906. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA BIYISION— Continued. 

BOILERS AND MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION Continued.l 



Name of Vessel. 



Rosalie 

Ramona 

Queen 

Cottage City 

Princess Victoria. 
City of Puebla. . . . 
Dolphin 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Indianapolis 

Whatcom 

Dolphin 

City of Topeka , 
City of Seattle. . , 

Senator 

Spokane 

Umatilla 

Cottage City . . . 
City of Puebla. . . 

Total 



177 
172 
487 
373 
1,000 
364 
235 



300 
200 
235 
150 
456 
495 
287 
427 
373 
370 



1906. 

May 8 

July 21 

Dec. 2 

May 2 

Aug. 10 

Mar. 22 

Dec. 20 



1907. 

Mar. 27. 

Jan. 25 . 

Apr. 21. 

May 16. 
May 8 . 

May 26. 

May 25. 
June 5 . 

June 23 . 

May 24. 



Gross 
Tons. 



318.51 
1,061.39 
2,727.80 
1,885.11 
1,943.22 
2,023.88 

824 . 26 



765.30 
716.00 
824 . 26 
1,057.29 
1,411.05 
2,409.00 
2,036 . 20 
3,069.76 
1,885. 11 
2,623.88 



28,182.02 



Tonnage 
Dues 
and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



$ cts. 



I Freight and pass., Can. & foreign ports. 

'Frt. and pass., Can. & foreign ports. 

I Frt. & pass., Can. & foreign ports. 

Frt. & pass.. Can. & foreign ports. 

155 44 jFrt. and pass., B.C. coastwise. 

iFrt. & pass.. Can. & foreign ports. 

i Frt. &. pass., Can. & foreign ports.s 



Frt. & pass., Can. & foreign ports. 
Frt. & pass., Can. & foreign ports. 
Frt. & pass.. Can. & foreign ports. 
Frt.tfe pass., Can. & foreign ports. 
Frt. &. pass., Can. & foreign ports.s 
Frt.& pass.. Can. & foreign ports. 
Frt. & pass., Can. & foreign ports. 
Frt. & pass.. Can. & foreign ports. 
Frt. & ijass.. Can. & foreign ports. 
Frt. & pass.. Can. & foreign ports. 



154 44 



J. A. THOMSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



Steam Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA BIYISION— Continued. 



BOILERS, MACHINERY .\ND HULL INSPECTION — Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 


Gross 
Tonnage. 


Registered 
Tonnage. 


Remarks. 

Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 


Yosemite. . . 
Victorian. . 

Water Lily 

Delta 


1,525.03 
1,. 503. 64 
73.81 
L 25 . 20 
' 4.50 
.308 . 55 
596.28 


1,054.76 
809.17 
.50.20 
17.14 
3.06 
178.59 
375.66 


Laid up freight and passenger. 

Laid up freight and passenger. 

Laid up water boat, Esquimalt harbour. 

Laid up, steam scow. 

Laid up, tug, Slocan lake. 

Laid up, frt. and pass., to be inspected July. 

Laid up, frt. and pass., machinery disabled. 


Revelstoke 

Strathcona 

Total. 


• 4,037.01 


2,488 . 58 



J. A. THOMSON, 



Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 



109 



BRITISH COLUMBIA AND YUKON DIVISION. 

BOILERS, MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 



. Peerless 

Gypsy 

Escort No. 2. . . 
Hong Kong.. . 

Belle 

Reliance 

Winifred 

St. Clair 

Kootenay 

Hubert 

St. George 

Clarence 

Prospector 

Selkirk 

Case a 

White Horse. . . 

Victorian 

Columbian 

Canadian 

Dawson 

Bonanza King. 

Tyrrell. 

Lightning 

Gleaner 

Scotia 

Australian 

Thistle 

La France 

Brant 

Cheam 

New Era 

Thames. ... . 

Horseshoe 

Squid 

Pender 

Cassiar 

Kildonan 

Orillia 

Robert Kerr. . . 

Clansman 

Fingal 

Staffa 

Mystery 

Daisy 

Gipsy 

Etta White 

Hope 

Maple Leaf. . . . 

Favorite 

Lapwing 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



GOO 



130 
i75 
150 
175 
175 
175 
175 
175 

60 
150 

60 
150 
100 
150 
130 
130 



40 



300 



Linda 

Comox .... 
Active. . . 
Leonora. . . 
Unican. . . . 

Amy 

Britannia. . 

Stella 

Defiance. . 
Capilano. . 
Coquitlam. 
Vigilant. . . 
Surprise. . . 
Claxton . . 
Raven. . . 
Lapwing. .. 

Iris 

Vulcan 

Clutha 



60 
20 



40 



300 



39 
25 
75 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 


Gross 
Tons. 


1906. 




July 


1 . . 


128 


July 


4. . 


27 


June 


10. . 


192 


May 


1 . . 


36 


July 


10 . . 


67 


May 


1 . . 


36 




1 . . 


13 


Apr. 


1 . . 


68 




14. . 


8 


July 


15. . 


6 


July 


17. . 


544 




13. . 


13 


Aug. 


1 . . 


263 


Aug. 


10. . 


777 


Aug. 


11 . . 


590 


Aug. 


12. . 


987 


Aug. 


12. . 


716 


Aug. 


16. . 


716 


Aug. 


19. . 


716 


Aug. 


21. . 


779 


Aug. 


23. . 


466 


Aug. 


25 


678 


Aug. 


26. . 


557 


Sept. 


6. . 


241 


Sept. 


7. . 


214 


Sept. 


8. . 


422 


Sept. 


9. . 


225 


Sept. 


9. . 


201 


Oct. 


7. . 


19 


Oct. 


9. . 


286 


Oct. 


16. . 


66 


Oct. 


17. . 


20 


Oct. 


18. . 


18 


Oct. 


20. . 


60 


Oct. 


25. . 


16 


Oct. 


27. . 


597 


Nov. 


2. . 


51 


Nov. 


22. . 


12 


Nov. 


23. . 


1,123 


Nov. 


1. . 


72 


Nov. 


1. . 


90 


Nov. 


1. . 


51 


Nov. 


27. . 


65 


Nov. 


28. . 


13 


Nov. 




10 


Nov. 


i.: 


97 


Dec. 


8. . 


26 


Dec. 


14. . 


40 


Nov. 


18. . 


257 


Dec. 


19. . 


151 


1907. 




Jan. 


4. . 


37 


Jan. 


16. 


101 


Jan. 


19. . 


172 


Feb. 


3. . 


33 


Feb. 


8. . 


131 


Feb. 


8. . 


25 


Feb. 


14. . 


326 


Feb. 


15. . 


16 


Feb. 


24. . 


90 


Feb. 


26. . 


231 


Feb. 


26. . 


256 


Feb. 


6. . 


29 


Mar. 


8. . 


75 


Mar. 


9. . 


84 


Mar. 


12. . 


25 


Mar. 


13. . 


151 


Mar. 


14. . 


38 


Vlar. 


14. . 


78 


.\Iar. 


14. . 


28 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
IScrew, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, ferry, Burrard Inlet. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Taku Arm. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Atlin Lake. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Taku Arm. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Yukon River. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Stern wheel, tug, Harrison River. 
Screw, pass., freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, fishing, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, pass., freight. British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Coal hulk, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Stern wheel, pass, and freight, Fraser river. 
Screw, freight, British Columbia waters. 



Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, pass, and freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, pass, and freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, pass, and freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Cohunbia waters. 
Screw, pass and freight. British Columbia, waters. 
Screw, pass, and freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, pass, and freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Colimibia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, fishing, British Columbia waters. • 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, Britisli Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, Briti.sh Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 



110 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada for the year ended June 30, 1906, 

jBRITISH COLUMBIA AND YTKOND IXISIOH— Continued. 

BOILEKS, MACHINEKT AND HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1907. 



Magnet ^Jar. 

Stranger ' Mar. 

Wellington ' ^Jar. 

Reliance • • ^\^^- 

PhoenLx 30 Mar. 

Nora -•• Mar. 

15 Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

... Mar. 
75 Mar. 
.... Mar. 
.... Alar. 
.... Mar. 
.... Mar. 

Mar. 

30 Mar. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

!Mar. 

.... Apr. 
.... Apr. 
.... Apr. 
20 Apr. 
200 Apr. 



Fearless 

Mabel 

Firefly 

Milkmaid 

Sendai 

Ramona 

Muriel 

Daimtless 

Cascade 

Enterprise 

Lily 

Robert Dunsmuir. . . 

Belle 

Sunbury 

.\lice 

Royal City 

Superior 

Cleeve 

Terra Nova 

Burt 

May 

North Vancouver ... 

Evangeline , Apr. 

Edith Apr. 

Swan Apr. 

Alert Apr. 

Pheasant 90 Apr. 

Constance 8 Apr. 

Lottie N Apr. 

Vesta Apr. 

Rustler Apr. 

Florence Apr. 

Hazelton 150 Apr. 

Spray Apr. 

Glen Rosa Apr. 

Vera Apr. 

Edna W Apr. 

Mamie Apr. 

Halifax May 

Hilda May 

Hubert May 

Hong Kong May 

Alice 1 May 

Eagle May 

Water Lily ' May 

Henriette 12 May 

Peerless May 

Lark May 

Pile Driver No. 1 May 

City of Tipella May 

Tepic , 11 Apr. 

Native ' 10 Mar. 

Constance May 

Chehalis 15 May 

Le Roi May 

Autolycus May 

Belle June 

Burrard Apr. 

Lora May 

Isaac i Oct. 

Clayburn June 

Lottie ' June 

St. Clair Apr. 

Esfcort No. 2 June 

Defender June 

Welcome June 



14. . 
14. . 
14. . 
14. . 
14. . 
14. . 
15. . 
15. . 
15. . 
15.. 
15.. 
19.. 
20. . 
21. . 
22. . 

24. . 
26. . 
26. . 

30. . 
28. 

3. . 

9. . 
16. . 
10. . 
10. . 
10. . 
11. . 
13. . 

17. . 

18. . 
18. 
18. . 
18. . 
18.. 
18. 
18. . 
18. . 
21. . 
21. . 
21. . 

21. . 
21.. 
23.. 
25. . 

1. . 

3. . 

4. . 
4. . 

7. . 

12. . 
14. . 
19.. 
19. . 
22. . 

22. . 
23. . 

25. . 
21. . 

31. . 
1. . 

17.. 
30. . 

5. . 
14. . 
19. . 

1. . 

8. . 

8. . 
1. . 
1. . 
1. . 

13. . 




24 

21 
16 
36 
87 
19 
53 
5 
46 
7 
14 

251 
44 

128 

119 
12 
12 

232 
94 
38 
35 
58 
44 
36 
47 
58 
8 

104 
14 
42 
36 
12 
251 
11 
34 
12 
13 
30 
378 

7 
18 

6 
15 

9 
28 
33 

6 
36 
11 
35 

4 
762 
128 
58 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



19 
71 

52 
50 
54 
196 
25 
67 
56 
8 
8 
75 
29 
68 
192 
216 
32 



Screw, tug, British Colimibia waters. 

jScrew, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, Eraser river. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, Skeena river. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, Fraser river. 

Stem wheel, Fraser river. ^ 

Screw, tug, Fraser river. 

Screw, tug, Fraser river. 

Stem wheel, pass, and freight, Fraser river. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Coliunbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, pass, and freight, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Coliunbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Coliunbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

Screw, pass., British Columbia waters. 

Screw, ferry, Burrard Inlet. 

Screw, tug. Alert bay. 

Screw, tug. River Inlet. 

Screw, tug, Namu. 

Screw, pass, Namu. 

Stem wheel, pass, and freight, Skeena river. 
Screw, pass, Skeena river. 
Screw, tug, Skeena river. 
Screw, yacht, Skeena river. 
Screw, tug, Skeena river. 
Screw, tug, Skeena river. 
Stern wheel, pass., and freight, Skeena river. 
Screw, tug, Skeena river. 
Screw, tug, Skeena river. 
Screw,^tug, Skeena river. 
Screw, tug, Alert bay. 
Screw, tug, Skeena river. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, yacht, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, pass., and freight, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Stern wheel, tug, Fraser river. 
. Pile driver, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 

British Columbia waters. 
British Columbia waters. 
British Columbia waters. 
British Columbia waters, 
tug, British Columbia waters. 
British Columbia Waters 
British Columbia waters. 



Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, 
Screw, tug 
Screw, tug 



tug, 
tug, 
tug, 
tug. 



Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Stem wheel, tug, Harrison river. 
Stern wheel, tug, Harrison river. 



STFAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 
BRITISH COLUMBIA AND YUKON DIVISION— Conimwed. 

BOILERS, MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION. 



Ill 



Name of Vessel. 



Minto 

St. George. 
Vancouver. 
Mouping. . . 
Jessie Mac. 



Total. 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



20 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



Gross 
Tons. 



1907. 



June 


1 . . 


36 


June 


16. . 


544 


May 


21. . 


50 


June 


19. . 


20 


June 


14. . 


57 






20,196 





Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Stern wheel, ferry, Harrison river. 
Screw, ferry, Burrard Inlet. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 
Screw, tug, British Columbia waters. 



F. M. RICHARDSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



Steam Vessels Inspected in Canada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA AND YUKON DIVISION— Conttnued. 

BOILEBS, MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



John Cudahy.. . 
Lavelee Yoimg. 

J. P. Light 

Monarch 

T. C. Powers.. . 

Susie 

Lean 

Sarah 

Martha Clow. . . 
Hannah 



Tnemis 

Celestial Empire. 

Total 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



180 
50 



184 
160 
250 
130 
275 
30 
275 



12 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
July 
July 
Aug. 
July 



26. . 

27. . 

28. . 
23. . 
23. . 

1. . 

7. . 
27. . 
26. . 
23. . 



1907. 
May 16.. 
June 5. . 



Gross 
Tons. 



Tonnage 
Dues 
and _ 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 



820 
506 
718 
463 
820 

1,211 
478 

1,211 
53 

1,211 



1,824 
204 

9,619 



$ cts. 

73 60 
48 48 
65 44 

45 04 
73 60 

104 88 

46 24 
104 88 



145 92 
16 32 

724 40 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Stern 
Stern 
Stern 
Stern 
Stern 
Stern 
Stern 
Stern 
Stern 
Stern 



wheel, 
wheel, 
wheel, 
wheel, 
wheel, 
wlieel, 
wheel, 
wheel, 
wheel, 
wheel, 



pass, 
pass., 
pass, 
pass., 
pass, 
pass, 
pass, 
pass, 
pass. 



and freight, 
and freight, 
and freight, 
and freight, 
and freight, 
and freight, 
and freight, 
and freight, 
and freight, 
and freight. 



Yukon R. 
Yukon R. 
Yukon R. 
Yukon R. 
Yukon R. 
Yukon R. 
Yukon R. 
Yukon R. 
Yukon R. 
Yukon R: 



Screw, pass, and freight, B. C. waters. 
Screw, fishing, B. C. waters. 



F. M. RICHARDSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



112 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Steam]^ Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 
BRITISH COLUilBIA AND YUKON DIVISION— C«w<mued. 

BOILEBS, MACHINEHT AND HULL INSPECTION CoTlclltded. 



Name of Vessel. 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



Brunette 

Clarence 

Winifred. . . . . 

Delta 

Troubadour. . 

Tyee 

Clara Young. 
Greenwood . . 

Reliance 

Surrey 

Coutli. . . 

Eva 

Clive 

Sen Lion 

McCulloch . . . 
Kootenay. . . . 

Elsie 

Ariadne. . . 

Olive 

Winneta. , 

On Time 

Starling 

Evolvo 

Uno 

OrUlia 

Senator 

Total. 



Registered 
Tonnage. 



Remarks. 

Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 



37 


25 


13 


9 


13 


8 


15 


10 


■18 


12 


32 


18 


31 


21 


23 


16 


9 


6 


263 


182 


99 


68 


40 


24 


3.5 


24 


6 


4 


39 


27 


8 


5 


16 


11 


14 


9 


71 


45 


24 


16 


11 


4 


7 


5 


13 


9 


12 


8 


12 


9 


28 


21 


889 


596 



[Screw, tug, no application. 
jScrew, tug, no application. 
jScrew, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no apj)licatioii. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Paddle, ferry, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Stern wheel, freight, no application. 
Serew, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no ajjplication. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 
Screw, t\ig, no application. 
Screw, tug, no application. 



F. M. RICHARDSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

KEEWATIN, MANITOBA AND NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES DIVISION. 

BOILERS, MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION. 



113 



Name of Vessel. 



Number 
of 

Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Day Star 

Mather 

Cruiser 

Erin 

Mikado '. 

Hawk 

Mountain Beil. . . . 
Lady of the Lake. 

Prospector 

Swan 

Beaver 

Welcome. 



300 
10 



Rat Portage. 

Empress 

Widgeon. . . . 



Manitou^ 

Lotta S 

Lady Ellen 

Isabel 

Cumberland 

John Bull 

Jap 

Frank Marshall.. . . 

Gracie 

Picket . . . 

Dredge Dominion., 

Greibe 

Beatrice M 

Viking 

Glenora 

Swan 

Maple Leaf 

Maud C 

Orcadia 

Ocradia 

Bertha 

James Storey 

Gladys 

Jessie B 

Kaministique 

William Whyte.. . . 

Archibald 

Minnetakee 

Muriel 

Circe 

Nightingale 

Otter 



40 
15 



10 



10 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



1906. 



3. 

5. 

5. 
14. 
20. 
27. 

3. 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Not issued . 
Not issued. 
Not issued. 
Not issued. 
Aug. 22 . . 

1905. 

Dec. 30. . 
Dec. 30. . 
Dec. 30. . 

1906. 



Newmount 

Laura Grace.'. . . 

Gracie 

Dredge No. 5. . . 
Dredge No. 1 . . . 
Dredge No. 7 . . . 

Inez 

James Adams. . . 

Herbert 

Nahma 

J. Dudley 

Clipper 

Argyle 

Frank Marshall. 
Dredge No. 6. . . 
Empress 

23—8 



230 
10 



12 
8 



150 
15 



40 
150 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 15 
Sept. 19 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 22 
Sept. 22 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 28 
Sept. 28 
Sept. 29 
Sept. 30 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



9, 
10. 
11. 
11. 



Not issued. 

Oct. 15. . 

Oct. 28. . 

1907. 

April 13.. 

April 17.. 

April 18.. 

April 19.. 

April 19.. 

April 21 . . 

April 23 . . 

April 23 . . 

April 23 . . 

April 24. . 

April 24. . 

April 26 . . 

April 26 . . 

April 26 . . 

April 20, . 

April 27.. 



Gross 
Tons. 



13.47 
144.35 
26.29 
13.80 
241.73 
4.78 
4.09 
7.92 
52.32 
12.00 
80.25 
42.81 



14.63 
129.28 
2.92 



107.97 
48.03 
18.57 
40,73 
61.96 
12.60 
2.56 
29.76 
41.19 
44.58 
951.02 
9.30 
36.28 
15.25 
16.72 
7.76 
5.21 
5.16 
25.86 
23.16 
10.59 
48.53 
7.95 
4.93 
149.82 
17.81 
19.85 
17.64 
16.25 
2.83 
5.06 
16.11 



1,888.53 
85.57 
41.19 
230.85 
204.57 
240. 
59.10 
50.97 
21.13 
7.38 
52.47 
62.95 
77.70 
20.76 
209 .'52 
129.28 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, yacht. Lake of Woods. 

Screw, tug. Lake of Woods. 

I Screw, tug. Lake of Woods. 

Screw, tug. Rainy river. 

Screw, freight and pass., Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, pass., Red river. 

Screw, pass.. Bow river. 

Screw, pass.. Lake Minnewanki. 

Paddle, tug, Saskatchewan river. 

Paddle, tug, Saskatchewan river. . 

Paddle, tug, Saskatchewan river. 

Screw-, pass.. Long lake. 



Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 
Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 
Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 



Screw, pass., and freight. Lake Winnipegosis. 

Screw, pass, and frieght, Lake Winnipegosis. 

Screw, tug, Lake Winnipegosis. 

Screw, tug, Lake Winnipegosis. 

Screw, pass, and frieght, Cedar lake. 

Screw, fish tug. Cedar Lake. 

Screw, passenger. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Dredge. Thunder bay. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Superior. y 

Screw, fish tug, Lake Superior. 

Screw-, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior.- 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw-, fish tug, Lake Superior. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, passenger. Thunder bay. 

Screw, passenger. Lake Wabigoon. 

Screw, tug. Lake Manitou. 

Screw, passenger. Lake Minnetakee. 

Screw, passenger. Sand lake. 

Screw-, passenger. Sand lake. 

Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw-, fish tug. Lake of the Woods. 



Screw, freight. Great lakes. 

Screw, tug and passenger. Thunder bay. 

Screw-, tug and passenger. Thunder bay. 

Dredge, Thunder bay. 

Dredge, Thunder bay. 

Dredge, Thunder bay. 

Screw, tug. Thunder bay. 

Screw, tug. Thunder bay. 

Screw-, tug, Thvmder bay. 

Screw, yacht. Thunder bay. 

Screw, tug, Thunder bay. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, ferry, Kenora and Keewatin. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Dredge, Thunder bay. 

Screw-, tug. Lake of the Woods. 



114 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Steam Vessels Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 
KEEWATIN, MANITOBA AND NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES DI\ ISION— C'on<i7iMe</. 

BOILERS, MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION Continued. 



Name of Vessel. 



Queen 

Kathleen 

Wanderer 

Heather Bell 

Standard 

Rambler 

Helen S 

Catherine S 

Sport 

Villeneuve 

Scud 

Idell 

City of Selkirk 

Chieftain 

Tempest 

Lady of the Lake. 

Mikado 

Princess 

Wolverine 

Premier 

Frank Burton 

Redwing 

Daisy 

Osprey 

Balmoral 

Hand 

Highlander 

Frederick 

Viking 

Alexander 

J. M. Smith 

Five Roses 

Hvmter 

Day Star 

Daisy Moore 

Ethel Banning. . . . 

Majestic 

Rocket 

Ogema 

Nelson River 

Spray 

Fisherman 

Kingfisher 

Chieftain 

G. P. Mcintosh... . 

Picket 

James Waalen. . . . 

Kenora 

Gracie B 

Alma V 

Shamrock 

Wapiti 

Northern Light... . 



Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 



Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 



130 
20 
20 



20 



20 
10 
12 



75 



20 
300 
20 
20 
75 
60 



50 
250 



25 



25 
40 
400 
10 



25 



1907. 

AprU 27. 

AprU 28. 

April 26. 

April 28. 

May 7. 

[May 10. 

May 10. 

May 10. 

May 10. 

May 10. 

May 11. 

May 14. 

May 14. 

May 14. 

May 14. 

May 16. 

May 3. 

May 14. 

May 16. 

May 16. 

May 3. 

May 16. 

May 14. 

May 14. 

May 14. 

May 14. 

May 14. 

May 14. 

May 15. 

May 18. 

iMay 18. 

May 22. 

May 22. 

May 23. 

May 23. 

May 23 . 

May 25. 

May 25. 

May 25. 

May 25. 

May 25. 

IMay 28. 

;May 28. 

'May 28. 

Mav 30. 

May 30. 

May 30. 

iJime 9. 

[June 7. 

lJune 11. 

Jime 11. 

Jime 13. 

Jtme 23 . 



Total. 



Gross 
Tons. 



31.65 
51.08 
20.38 
21.18 
13.78 
25.83 
12.68 
66.60 
16.26 
27.58 
33.05 
53.92 
457.82 
60.85 
74.66 
201.43 
241.73 
405.44 
278.32 
413.99 
93.74 
23.14 
26.33 
21.22 
36.93 
30.49 
59.24 
35.77 
17.17 
163.57 
179.25 
42.93 
11.30 
13.47 
38.31 
37.54 
36.96 
56.61 
29.84 
9.79 
17.58 
44.22 
76.74 
36.26 
58.32 
44.58 
313.14 
468.34 
20.19 
55.65 
79.84 
18.11 
102.88 



Class of Vessel and where Employed. 



Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Winnipeg river. 

Screw, passenger and tug, Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Lake of the Woods. 

iScrew, fish tug, Lake of the Woods. 

'Screw, passenger and freight. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, tug, Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Winnipeg river. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Winnipeg river. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Lake Winnipeg 

Screw, passenger and freight, Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Lake Winnipeg 

Screw, passenger and freight, I>ake Winnipeg, 

Screw, passenger and feright. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, Indian department. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Wirmipeg. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Selkirk and Gimli. 

Paddle, passenger. Red river. 

Paddle, freight. Red river. 

Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, yacht. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, tug, Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Paddle, freight, Nelson river. 

Screw, tug. Lake Wiimipeg. 

Screw, tug. Lake Winnipeg. 

Screw, tug. Rainy river. 

Screw, tug, Rainy river. 

Screw, fish tug. Lake Superior. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Thunder bay. 

Screw, passenger and tug. Thunder bay. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, passenger and freight. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, passenger and freight, Winnipeg river. 

Screw, tug. Lake of the Woods. 

Screw, yacht, Lake of the Woods. 

Paddle, passenger and freight, Lesser Slave Lake. 



10,793.27 



G. P. PHILLIPS, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



115 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Steam Vessels Inspected in Cuiiada but Registered elsewhere, for the year ended June 30, 

1906. 

KEEWATIN, MANITOBA AND NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES DIVISION— Conimwed. 

BOILERS, MACHINERY AND HULL INSPECTION. 



Name of Vessel. 


Number 

of 
Passen- 
gers 
Allowed. 


Date 
Certificate 
Expires. 


Gross 
Tons. 


Tonnage 
Dues 
and 
Inspection 
Fees Paid. 


Class of Vessel and where Employed. 




400 


1906. 
May 23.. 


681 


$ cts. 


Pass, and freight, Port Arthur and Duluth 







G. P. PHILLIPS. 

Steamboat Inspector. 



23— 8i 



\ 



116 



MARINE AXD FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
SteaJiI Vessels not Inspected for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

KEEWATIN, MAXITOBA AXD NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES DIVISION. 

BOILERS AXD MACHIKERT. 



Name of Vessel. 



Northern Light 

Josie 

Majestic 

Cit>- of Alberton 

Algoma 

Saskatchewan 

Iceland 

Marwl 

Petrel 

Carbary 

Klondyke 

Cygnet 

Pioneer 

Alert 

Fern 

Beaver 

lona 

Etnel 

Galatia 

Lulu M. Ray 

Inza 

Superior 

Undine 

Dolphin 

George Ward 

Gale 

St. Joe 

Agwinde 

Brandon 

D. L. Mather 

Keewatin 

Zona 

Mary Harch 

Annie Me 

Hudson Bay Messenger. 

William Cross 

Ime 

Bessie B 

Laura A 

Standard 

Rover 

Primrose.. 

Grahame 

Wriglev 

Eva...' 

St. Joseph 

Cariboo 

Brothers 

Siskiwitt , 

Nora 

Sultana 

Dispatch 

Viper 

Do den Bell 




Total. 



16.03 
12.42 
1.3.5.22 
67. 54 
68.59 
224. S8 
33.70 
225.07 
167.68 
61.78 
8.03 
37.44 
16.44 
27.96 
16.66 
18.98 
39.15 
20.20 
46.10 
23.64 
8.79 
88.51 
3.35 
12.63 
2.39 
2.83 
177.64 
307.41 
176.05 
103.32 
81.84 
39.15 
121.18 
13.42 
8.50 
21.66 
9.71 
53.43 
25.64 
15.78 
7.82 
8.40 
260.39 
104.59 
49.82 
24.94 
28.65 
17.50 
49.17 
20.23 
3.35 
12.66 
33.94 
15.20 

3,176.90 



Registered 
Tonnage. 



10.91 
6.89 
94.93 
45.86 
46.56 
152.92 
22.92 
135.05 
94.37 
41.02 
4.00 
25.46 
8.44 
18.76 
12.00 
23.22 
24.00 
17.04 
30.26 
25.40 
5.91 
70.81 
2.01 
8.57 
1.69 
1.93 
80.01 
134.13 
118.72 
70.26 
50.02 
24.00 
82.40 
11.10 
5.72 
16.31 
6.20 
36.34 
17.44 
10.74 
5.23 
6.04 
2.33.71 
66.94 
28.44 
14.92 
19.49 
11.90 
34.27 
13.76 
2.82 
8.61 
19.08 
10.34 



Remarks. 

Why not Inspected and Class of Vessel. 



Screw, fish tug. to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug and pass., to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Stern paddle, pass, and freight, to be inspected. 

iScrew, tug, to be inspected. 

'Screw, freight, to be inspected. 

Screw, freight, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, pass., to be inspected. 

Screw, fish tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, fisn tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commi ssion. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, freight, not in commisison. 

Stern wheel, pass, and freight, not in commission. 

Screw, pass, and freight, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, pass, and f reign t, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission. 

Screw, tug, not in commission.. 

Screw, tug, not in commission.' 

Screw, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Paddle, pass., and freight, to be inspected. 

Screw, pass, and freight, to be inspected. 

Screw, pass, and freight, to be inspected. 

iPaddle, pass, and freight, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

IScrew, tug, to be inspected. 

.Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

.Screw, tug, to be inspected. 

Screw, tug, to be inspected. 



2,069.87 



G. P. PHILLIPS, 

Steamboat hispedor. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



117 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



Statement of the Number of Steam Vessels added to the Dominion during the year ended 
June 30, 1906, their Class and Horse-power, whether of Wood or Iron; their Gross 
and Registered Tonnage; where built, and where and how employed. 



WESTERN ONTARIO, TORONTO DIVISION. 



Horse 


Power. 


13 


33 


13 


33 


69 


36 


16 


66 


1 


20 


2 


66 


66 


66 


146 


17 


7 


35 


9 


37 


8 


16 


124 


80 


10 


80 


10 


66 


8 


53 


61 


87 


570 


91 



Name 
of Vessel. 



Dredge No. 15 

Pete Gorman 

Golspie 

Oriana 

Charles F 

Elk 

James Whalen 

Glenellah 

Governor Morton.. 

Two Friends 

Angler 

Bickerdike 

B. W. Aldrich 

Elsie 

Alaska 

Dundurn 

Total 



Class. 



Screw. 



Wood, 
Iron or 
Steel. 



Wood. 



Steel . 
Wood 

Steel. 

Wood 

Iron.. 

Wood 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



327 

65 
1,122 

68 
8 
9 

313 
2,272 
12 
23 
20 
1,515 

Not regis 
48 
348 
1,120 



7,270 



Regis- 
tered 
Tonnage. 



Where Built. 



174 Saginaw, U.S.A. 
Bay City, U.S.A 



37 
709 



46 Buffalo, U.S.A. 

5 Pt. Stanley,Ont 

6 Not on register. 
156 Toronto, Ont.. . 

1,454 Dundee, G.B... 

7 Chicago, U.S.A. 
16 Port Dover.Ont 
14 Buffalo, U.S.A 

864 



Where and how 
Employed. 



tered. 



33 
173 
600 



4,294 



Chatham, Ont.. 
Trenton, Ont. . . 
Detroit, U.S.A. 



Southampton Harbour, 
dredge. 

Lakes and rivers, tug. 

Lakes and rivers, passen- 
gers and freight. 

Lakes & rivers, yacht. 

Lake Erie, fishing tug. 

Lake Superior, tug. 
Lakes & rivers, freight. 
Lake Erie, fishing tug. 



Lakes & rivers, passen- 
gers and freight. 

Chatham & vicinity, tug. 

Toronto Bay, passenger. 

Lakes & rivers, freight. 

Lakes & rivers, passen- 
gers and freight. 



JOHN DODDS, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



WESTERN ONTARIO, TORONTO DIVISION. 



Eleanor. 



13.5 



Narcissus 

Minnie C 1.007 

Frank L 10.66 

Sweepstakes 2.7 



Screw. 



Little Jap. 
Rob Roy. . 
Mineta. . . . 
Helena . . . 
Shamrock. 
Wanda II. 
Gracie M . . 
Wanda. . . . 
Amanda.. . 
Hammil . . 

Chief 

Roy Mao. . 
Blue Bell . 
Amour. . . . 



.83 
.675 
4.43 
5.30 
1.2 
22.34 
10.408 
5.00 
.55 
4.217 
9.6 
4.0 
48.10 
16.66 



Total 161.227 



Paddle 
Screw 



Paddle 
Screw. 



Wood 

" .Regi 

Composite. 
Wood 

Steel 

Composite. 



84 
ster not 

7 
46 
28 

2 
5 
11 
10 
4 
51 
60 
6 
6 

Registry 

23 
752 
191 



1,286 



57 

prod'c'd. 

4 
31 
18 

1 
3 
7 
7 
3 
33 
27 
4 
4 

not yet 

16 
451 
115 



781 



Parry Soimd. . . 

Kingston 

Midland 

Parry Sound. . . 
Simcoe 

Racine, U.S.A.. 

Pefferlaw 

Muskoka 

Kingston 

Toronto 

Gravenhurst.. . . 

Kingston 

Ahmic Harbour 
produced 

Collingwood. . . . 

Toronto 

Burks Falls 



Pt. aux Baril & Penetang 

passenger. 
Moon river, yacht. 

Georgian Bay, fish boat. 
French & Pickerel rivers, 

alligator tug. 
Parry Sound. 
Severn R. & Sparrow L. 
Muskoka lakes; pasenger. 

yacht. 



tug. 

Magnetawan river, yacht 

Welland canal, dredge. 

Toronto Bay, tug. 
Ferry, Toronto Bay. 
Magnetawan and Ahmic 
Harbours, passenger. 



B. STEWART, 
, Steamboat Inspector. 



118 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Statement of the Number of Steam Vessels added to the Dominion, for the year ended 

June 30, 1906. 



WESTERN ONTARIO, COLLINGWOOD DIVISION. 



Name 
of Vessel. 



Lulu Eddy 

Andrew J. Smith. 

W. J. Martin 

Irene 

Sampson 

Vera A. 

Eu Jennie 

lona 

Robert A. Packer 
City of Meaford.. 

John McRae 

Crawford 

Victoria 

Lucille 

Total 



Horse 
Power. 



6.5 

52.8 

15.7 
8.4 
2.7 
1.2 
8.4 

9.6 
74.9 
28.1 

10.6 
30.8 
2. 1 
9.6 



Class. 



Screw . 

Paddle 
Screw. 



Wood, 
Iron or 
Steel. 



Wood. 



261.4 



Gross 


Regis- 
tered 


Where Built. 


Where and how 


Tonnage. 


Tonnage. 




Employed. 


29 


18 


West Bay City 








TT Q A 

U ,o. A 


North channel, tug. 


387 


209 


Manitowoc. U. 






S A 


Georgian Bay, tug. 


86 


42 


Midland, Ont.. . 


45 


18 




12 


8 


Fesserton, Ont.. 




11 


7 


Midland, Ont.. . 


Blind river " 


22 


15 


Godericn, Ont. . 


North channel, fishing 
tug. 


29 


20 


Meaford, Ont.. . 


Georgian Bay, fishing tug 


1,027 


674 


Not on register. 


All lakes & rivers, freight. 


328 


223 


Meaford. Ont.. . 


CoUingwood and Sault 
Ste. Marie, passenger. 


34 


23 




Georgian Bay, fishing tug 


50 


37 


Wiarton, Ont. . 


All lakes & rivers, tug. 


13 


9 


Not on register. 


Georgian Bay, tug. 

" yacht. 


30 


20 


Detroit. U.S.A. 


2,103 


1,323 







E. W. McKEAN, 

Steavihoat Inspector. 



KINGSTON DIVISION. 



Lady of the Isles. 
Riverview 



Lakefield 

Mohawk Queen.. . . 



San Toy. 



Navajo 

Strathmore 

Ralph T. Holcomb 
S. & Y 



Monarch. 



Dean .... 
Laura B. 



Total. 



3 


33 




81 


14 


00 


2.40 


6 


53 


50 


26 


41 


63 


1 


63 


42 


66 


50 


70 


6 


00 


1 


20 




81 


221 


96 



Gasoline. 



Screw. 



! Gasoline 



Wood 




179.32 
1,157.98 
374.90 
11.40 
103.78 
355.11 

73.30 

18.28 
1.73 



2,344.48 



Kingston, Ont.. River St. Lawrence, pas- 
senger. 

Penetang, Ont. j River St. Lawrence, pas- 

I senger. 
Lakefield, Ont.. iKawartha lakes, tug. 
Foresters Isl'd, ' 

Bay of Quinte, yacht. 



Ont. 

Gananoque, Ont 

92.19 Kingston, Ont.. 
729.38 Detroit, Mich. . 
164.80 Marine City, US 
7. 75 Kingston, Ont.. 
42.52|Ogdensb'rg,N.Y 
147.47 Garden Island, 

Ont 

Gores Landing, 

Ont. 
; Clayton. N.Y... 
\ Gananoque, Out 



49.85 

12.43 
1.18 



1,296.62 



River St. Lawrence, pas- 
senger. 
River St. Lawrence, frt. 
Great lakes, freight. 

River St. Lawrence, y'ht. 

" tug. 



Cos. Victoria & Peter- 
boro', passenger. 

Bay of Quinte, fish tug. 

River St. Lawrence, pas- 
senger. 



THOS. P. THOMPSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



119 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Statement of the Number of Steam Vessels added to the Dominion, for the year ended 

June 30, 1906. 

MONTREAL DIVISION. 



Name 
of Vessel. 



Northern Belle. . . . 

Sarto 

Dredge Premier. . . 

Sea Gull 

Gipsy 

Belle of Temagami, 

Total 



Horse 
Power. 



Class. 



Wood, 
Iron or 
Steel. 



85.8 



20. 9 Screw Wood. 

3.0 
13.0 

29.9 Screw | " 

2.4 T. screw. . . | " 

16.6 Screw j Composite. 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



222 
18 

177 

150 
35 

169 



771 



Regis- 
tered 
Tonnage. 



168 
11 

177 
73 
24 

101 



554 



Where Built. 



Sturgeon Falls. 

Lachine 

Montreal 

Callander 

Toronto . 
Temagami. . . . 



Where and how 
Employed. 



Lake Nipissing, pass. 
Riv. St. Lawrence, yacht. 

dredge. 
Lake Nipissing, pass. 
Lake Temiskaming, pass. 
Lake Temagami, pass. 



W. LAURIE, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



SOREL DIVISION. 



J. A. Paul.. 
Pierreville. . 
La Tuque.. . 

Total 



3.0 


Paddle 


Wood, 


49.12 


8.63 






121.37 


6.66 


T. screw. . . 


4 1 


109.53 


18.19 






280.02 



33.40 Sorel 

76.46|Pierrevil!e. . . . 
78.50 Grandes Piles. 



188.36 



Hochelaga & Longueuil. 
Pierreville & Louiseville. 
Grandes Piles & La Tuqu. 



QUEBEC DIVISION. 



A. RONDEAU, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



St. Anne. . . 
Pikouagami. 
Frances .... 
Brockville. . 

Murray Bay, 

Portneuf . . . 

Dick 

Lucina 

Ducina 

Otranto. . . . 

Total 



9.6 Paddle 

3.26 Stern wheel 

21. Ooj Gasoline... 

94.46,T. screw... 

120. Oo| Paddle 

15.00 Screw 

8.90 Paddle 

3.30 Screw 

6.50 " 

7.26 " 



288.28 



Wood 

Composite 

Wood 

Steel 

Iron 

Wood 



99.64 

57.23 

4.36 

944.49 

968.90 

38.72 
42.06 
32.06 
38.06 
35.04 



2,260.56 



61.51 
36.06 
3.94 
596.95 
610.41 
26.33 



St. Anne de Chi- 

coutimi. 
Roberval 



Chester, U.S. . . 
Wellington, U.S 



St. Jos. de Levis 
26.50iMontmagny. . . . 
21.80 Portneuf 
25 88 

23 '. 83 Baltimore, U.S 



1,433.21 



I 

Ferry, St. Anne and Chi- 

coutimi. 
Passenger, Roberval and 

Mistassini. 
Excursion boat. Lake St. 

Joseph. 
Passenger, Montreal and 

Brockville. 
Passenger, Montreal and 

Chicoutimi. 
Tug , Portneuf 
Tug, Quebec & Batiscan. 
Tug, Portneuf. 

Excursion yacht, Quebec. 



JOS. SAMSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



120 



ilARIXE AXD FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Statement of the Number of Steam Vessels added to the Dominion, for the year ended 

June 30, 1906. 

HALIFAX DIVISION. 



Name 
of Vessel. 



Horse 
Power. 



Class. 



Amethyst. . . 

Alert 

Bear River. 
Evelyn 



Oyama. 



8.16 



Amelia 70. 

A. D. Perry 210. 

Canada ,131 



Chebucto. 
Kilkeel.. . 
Ludovica. 



Total 653.98 



48. 
42 
6 



Wood, Gross 
Iron or 

Steel. Tonnage. 



Rois- 
tered 
Tonnage. 



95.33 Screw Iron 1,357.00 

15.6 " Wood 105.391 

16.6 j " " 103.86' 

8.66 " I " 13.86 



Steel. 



Iron.. . 
j Wood . 



871.99 
63.32 
70.64 



Where Built. 



Where and how 
Employed. 



Stockton, G. B. 



ShelbmTie, N.S. 



9.42 Falmouth, N.S. 



44.25 ! 28.22 Port Clyde, N.S. 

356.541 103.37 Ayr, Scotland. . 

1,516.52! 872.63 Belfast, Ireland. 

704.29' 448.89 Kinghorn, G. B 

578.48' 184.45 Glasgow, G.B... 

252.271 .55.97 Paisley, G.B. . . 

16.72 11.37 Tucket Wedge, 

N.S 



Pass, and frt., coasting. 
Tug, coasting. 
Freight, coasting. 
Water boat and tug, Avon 

River, N.S. , 
Ferry, Barrington & Cape 

Island. 
Pass, and frt., coasting. 



Ferry, Halifax harbour. 
Freight, coasting. 



5,042.18 



2,720.27 



Tug, coasting. 



P. ESDAILE, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



NEW BRUNSWICK DIVISION. 



Daun. . . 
Empress. 



1.5 
218.0 



Hampton 

Lolita 

Admiral Togo (gar- 
sol ine. 
Geneva (gasoline) 

Ben Hur 



Ludlow 

R Tis 3 (gasoline). 



Total. 



Screw. . . . 
T. screw. . 



Wood. 
Steel. . 



34 . 5 Stem wheel ; Wood . 

6.0 Screw ! " . 

2.0| " " . 

2.7jT. screw. . . ' " . 

1.5 Screw 

33.2 " each endlSteel. 



1.0 Screw. 



300.4 



Wood . 



5.01 

1,341.71 

182.881 
14.36 
5.44 

I 

14.491 

I3.84I 

534.01 
3.04 



3.41 
612.12 



St. John, N.B. 



Newcastle - on - 
Tme. 

115.25 Hampton, N. B 
9.76 Boston, Mass.. . 
4 . 44 Port Greville, 

1 N.S. 
6. 21 1 Belfast, Me. . . . 

9.41 St. John, N.B. . 

363.13 St. John, N.B.. 



Pleasure yacht, St. John 
River. 

Pass., Northumberland 

Strait. 
Pass., St. John River. 
Pass., yacht, " 
Ferry, Hopewell Cape to 

Dorchester. 
Pass., St. Andrews to 

Eastport, Me. 
Pleasure yacht, St. John 
River. 

Ferry, St. John harbour. 
3 . 04 Charlottetown, jPass., Charlottetown har- 
P.E.I. I bour, no certificate 

issued. 



585. 18j 395.99 



C. E. D ALTON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA DIVISION. 



Orion 29 

Tasmanian 5 

Lyackson 4.2 

Slo6an 17 

Ranger 13 

Maple Leaf 1.3 

Total 69.5 



Screw. . . . 
T. screw. . 



Stern wheel 
Screw 



Steel 108.791 

" I 21.101 

Wood I 21.93 

" 604.66 

•• 53.20 

■• ' 8.84 



.1, 



22 . 44 Norn-ay 

12. 19 Lake Bennett. . 
10.75 Valdez Is., B.C. 



North Pacific, whaling. 
Alberni Canal, pass. 
Inland coast, B.C., log 
I towing by Indians. 
337.69 Slocan Lake.BCiSIocan Lake. frt. & pass. 
28.00 Victoria, B. C. .|B.C. coast, fishing tug. 
4.58 Gabriola Is., B.C Inland coast, B.C. towing 



818.52! 415.65 



J. A. THOMSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 121 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Statement of the Number of Steam Vessels added to the Dominion, for the year ended 

June 30, 1906. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Name 


Horse 




Wood, 


Gross 


Regis- 




Where and how 






Class. 


Iron or 




tered 


Where Buiit. 


of Vessel: 


Power. 




Steel. 


Tonnage. 


Tonnage. 




Employed. 




10.4 

4. 

3.5 
26.5 
17. 




Wood 


40 
25 
20 
76 
286 


27 
17 
14 
52 
180 


Vancouver 


B.C. waters, tug. 
Harrison River. 


Amy 






Thames. 






" 


Clayburn 








Total 


Stern wheel 




Harrison River. 


61.4 


447 


290 



F. M. RICHARDSON, 

Steamboat Inspedo)'. 



MANITOBA AND NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES. 





1 
1 
1 
1 

3 

2 
2 
1 
5 

2 
23 
32 
1 
4 
3 
14 
2 




Wood 


Standard 






Rat Portage 






Helen S 












Alma V 






Otter 






Muriel 






Mianetakie 






Spray 






Mikado 










Composite. 
Wood 




Paddle 


Cumberland 










Pieket 






Archibald 




Composite. 


Total. 




98 





20 
16 
15 
13 
51 
56 
16 
16 
IS 

18 
402 
145 
10 
62 
9 
45 
20 

822 



13 
8 
10 
7 
35 
38 
11 
11 
12 

12 
168 
98 

7 
42 

6 
30 
13 

521 



Kenora, Ont 



Sand Lake, Ont. 
Lake Minnew- 

ankie. 
Selkirk, Man. . . 



Tug, Lake of the Woods. 



Frt. & pass., Winnipeg R. 
Tug, Winnipeg River. 
Tug, Lake of the Woods. 
Tug & pass.. Sand Lake. 
Tug & pass.. Lake Minne- 

newankie. 
Pass., Lake Winnipeg. 



Keewatin, Ont.. 
Winnipeg, Man. 
Cedar Lake, M.. 
Wallaceburg, O. Tug 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Manitou Lake. . 



Tug, Lake of the Woods. 
Freight, Nelson River. 
Freight, Cedar Lake." 
I>ake Superior. 



Manitou Lake, Ont. 



G. P. PHILLIPS, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



122 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Statement of Steam Vessels lost, broken up or laid up, as unfit for service, in the Dominion 
during the year ending June 30, 1906, and where and how employed. 

WESTERN ONTARIO DIVISION. 



Name of Vessel. 



I Where and how last employed. 



Snow.»tonn [Georgian Bay. tug. . 

Linnae Muskoka Lakes, tug. 

Jas. Norris iToronto Bay, tug. . . , 



J. C. Clark 
Ida Bell. . 

Erin 

Melbourne, 

Tepiakan iLake Erie, fishing tug 

Eagle Georgian I5ay, tug 



Detroit River, pass 

Lake Erie, fishing tu^. . . 
Lakes and rivers, freight. 
Lakes and rivers, pass. . . 



Total. 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



Class of Vessel and Reasons of 
Unfitness. 



17 IScrew, di.smantled. 

5 j Screw, dismantled. 
50 IScrew, dismantled. 

14.5 Screw, dismantled. 

6 I Screw, dismantled. 

6.51 Screw, sunk in collision. 

894 Screw, burned. 

29 Screw, burned. 

10 Screw, burned. 



°1,807 



Gertie C 

A Seaman . . . . 
W. J. Martin. 

Surprise 

Islander 

Signal 



Total. 



JOHN DODDS, 
J. B. STEWART, 

Steamboat Inspectors. 



COLLINGWOOD DIVISION. 



Georgian Bay, tug 

Georgian Bay, tug 

Georgian Bay, tug 

Georgian Bay, tug 

S. Ste. Marie River, tug. 
Georgian Bay, tug 



15 Screw, burned. 

76 Screw, burned. 

86 Screw, burned. 

19 Screw, burned. 

6 Screw, dismantled. 

94 Screw, burned. 



296 



E. W. McKEAN, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



EAST ONTARIO DIVISION. 



Chieftain River St. Lawrence, tug. 

North Star Rice Lake, pass 

Lakefield Cos. Vict, and Peterboro. 



Total. 



434.68 Paddle, hull used up. 
39 . 60 Screw, destroyed by fire. 
43 . 36 Screw, destroyed by fire. 



617.64 



THOS. P. THOMPSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



MONTREAL DIVISION. 



Swan Lake Nipissing, pass 

Sovereign River St. Lawrence, pass. 

Aggies McMahon River St. Lawrence, tug. . 

Quinze Lake Quinze, tug 

C. W.|Dennis Canals, tug 



12 
637 
81 
32 
17 



Total. 



779 



Screw, dismantled. 
Paddle, destroyed by fire.° 
Screw, dismantled. 
Twin screw, dismantled." 
Screw, unfit for service. 



WM. LAURIE, 
L. ARPIN, 

Steamboat Inspectors, 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 123* 

SESSIONAL PAPER No, 23 

Statement of Steam Vessels lost, broken up or laid up, for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

SOREL DIVISION. 



Name of Vessel. 


Where and how last employed. 


Gross 
Tonnage. 


Class of Vessel and Reason of 
Unfitness. 


Total 


. . L. St. Peter Govt. Service 

. .Tug boat, Yamaaka River 


89.41 
42.00 

493.61 


Screw, sunk in collision. 
Screw, rebuilt. 4 







A. RONDEAU, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



QUEBEC DIVISION. 



J- 



Beaver. . 
Batiscan. 
Lillie. . . . 



Fabiola. 



Total. 



Montreal and Bic. . . . 
Quebec and Batiscan. 
Riviere du Loup 



273 
40 
19 

81 



413 



Paddle, tug. 
Paddle, tug. 

Screw, tug, stranded and engine 

taken out. 
Wrecking steam schooner, engine 

taken out. 



JOS. SAMSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION. 



Lunenburg. 
Richard 



Balnea Hawkins. 

Havana 

Florence C 



Total. 



Coasting, paaa 

Coasting, freight 

Can. and Foreign, freight. 

Coasting, freight 

Coasting, fishing 



265.55 
465.60 

703.28 
407.98 
38.98 

1881.39 



Screw, lost , Magdalen Islds. 
Screw, lost. Cape Blanch Shel- 
burne. 

Screw, lost, Scatterie, C.B. 

Sunk in collision Halifax Harbour. 

Screw, lost, Tor Bay. 



I 



J. P. ESDAILE, 

Steamboat Insfector. 



124 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 

Statement of Steam Vessels lost, broken up or laid up, for the year ended June 30, 1906 

NEW BRUNSWICK AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION. 



Name of Vessel. 



Where and how last employed. 



Gross 
Tonnage. 



Class of Vessel and Reasons of 
Unfitness. 



Beatrice E. Waring. St. John River, pass. . 

Clifton jSt. John River, pass. 

Zulu IMiramichi River, tug. 

I 

Total 



592.59 Stem wheel, destroyed by fire. 
138.21 Stern wheel, destroyed by fire. 
17.60 Paddle, stranded and burned. 



748.50 



C. E. DALTON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA DIVISION. 



Alberta ... 
Victoria. . . 

Slocan 

Thompson. 



Total. 



Kootenay Lake, freight & pass. . 
Trout Lake, freight and pass. . . . 
Slocan Lake, freig?it and pass. . . 
Shuswap Lake, freight and pass. 



508.15 
106.60 
578.03 
149.80 



IStern wheel, hull badly broken up 
Stern wheel, hull badly broken up. 
Stern wheel, hull badly broken up. 
Stern wheel, hull badly broken up. 



1342.58 



J. A. THOMSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



BRITISH COLL^IBIA DIVISION. 



Cheam. 



Total. 



Harrison River, tug. 



286 



286 



Stern wheel, wrecked. 



F. M. RICHARDSON, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



KEEWATIN, MANITOBA AND NORTH WEST TERRITORIES DIVISION. 



Gordon M . . . . 

Widgeon 

Carry 1/ 

Kate Marks. . 

Monarch 

Minniola 

Rambler 

Rose -May. ... 
.■V. D. Gordon. 
St. Alphonse. 

Gem 

Assiniboia. 



Rainy Lake, tug 

Wabegoon Lake, tug. . 

Rainy Lake, tug 

Lake Helen, tug 

Lake of the Woods, tug. 
Wabegoon Lake, tug. . . . 

Lake Nipegon 

Lake Superior, fish tug. . 

Thunder Bay, freight 

McKenzie River, freight. 

Eagle Lake, fish tug 

JCedar Lake, freight. 



Caro Eagle Lake, fish tug. 

Total 



3 
8 
14 
54 
113 
9 
6 
4 

148 
25 
11 
98 
4 

497 



Screw, null condemned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 
Paddle, hull condemned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 
Paddle, hull burned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 
Screw, hull burned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 
Screw, hull condemned. 



G. P. PHILLIPS, 

Steamboat Inspector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



125 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



List of Certificates of Competency and Temporary Certificates granted to Engineers of 
Steamboats during the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Date 
of Certifi- 
cate. 



1905. 

6. 
C. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7 . 
7. 
11. 
11. 
11. 
11. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
19. 
22. 
22. 
22. 
22. 
26. 
26. 
27. 
1. 
2. 
2, 
9. 
22. 
22. 
22. 
24. 
24. 
24. 
24. 
24. 
24. 
1. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
16. 
16. 
23. 
22. 
26. 
26. 
26. 
30. 
2. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
6. 
11. 
12. 
24. 
24, 



Name. 



Robt. L. MacLean 

Z. P. Boudreau 

Arthur. N. Edwards. . . 
Ephrem J. St. Louis. . . 
Gabriel Bellefeuille. . 

Ludgie Villeneiive 

Geo. M. Beeclier 

Henry A. Leslie 

Wm. J. Poole 

Frederick Wm. Cope. . . 

Wm. Windsor 

Frederick M. Young. . 

Tho.s. J. Mullen 

Clifford McPhee 

Jos. March ildon 

Avila Papin 

Frederick Huck 

Wm. Woolcock 

Albert Pearson 

Franklin Wm. Lake. . 

Clark Shipman 

Frederick Keeling 

Jefferson Harrison 

Herbert C. Dickey. . . 

Jos. A. Sampson. 

Guy E. Morehouse. . . . 

Alfred Lafleur 

Fred W. Thompson.. . , 

Arthur P. Weeks 

James H. Gardner 

Alfred Lachapelle 

Alfred Brisson 

Alfred Perrault 

Peter A. Leblanc 

Clarence A. Lorimer. . . 

Ernest Thivierge 

F. J. Shapcott 

Frederic Masters 

Joseph Girard 

John W. Haim 

Jas. C. Barry 

Harry B. Myers 

Chas. Wm. Bowerman . , 

George Willis 

Wm. Powles 

John Gonyea 

Elswood Leeman. ... 

Harley R. Cole 

Cyril Hupe 

Wm. Newton 

Avila Papin 

Fraser Jeffrey 

John Legendre 

D. A. Robertson 

Pascal Carrier 

George Hone 

Fred. M. S. Webber. . . . 

Johnny Bouchard 

Joseph Gagnon 

John G. Adams 

Laurence Degan 

Joseph Bark 

Theophile Cote 

Edouard Rivard 

Wm. A. Walton 

Wm. Boomer 

Norman McKay 

Emile Belanger 

Henry R. Annett 

Chas. M. Lloyd 

Pamphile Dameule 

Merille Larocque 

Geo. Wm. Norbury 

Jules P. Burnes. .'. 

Philip Bridges 

Peter G. Cavanagh 



Grade. 



Address. 



2nd class U.K . Louisburg, C.B 

Temporary Tusket Wedge, N.S 

Temporary Vancouver, B.C 

Temporary Lund. B.C 

Temporary Winnipeg, Man 

Temporary Kenora, Ont 

Temporary Brockville, Ont 

Temporary.... Kingston, Ont 

Temporary Poole's Resort, Ont 

Temporary Muskoka, Ont 

Temporary Callander, Ont 

T>>mporary Yo'mg's Point, Ont 

Temporary L'Orignal 

Temporary Temagami, Ont 

Temporary Sturgeon Falls, Ont 

Temporiiry Pembroke, Ont 

Temporary. . . . Rockporc, Ont 

4th class Victoria, B. C 

4th class V^ictoria, B.C 

Temporary Kingston, Ont 

Temporary Ivy Lea P. O., Ont 

Temporary Vancouver, B.C 

Temporary Chilliwack, B.C 

4th class Halifax, N.S 

4th class Quebec 

Temporary Sandy Cove, N.S 

4th class Montreal, Que 

Temporary Kenora, Ont 

Temporary Summerland 

Temporary Montreal, Que 

Temporary Charlemagne, Que 

4th class Chicoutimi, Que 

Temporary Mistassini, Que 

Temporary Pembroke, Ont 

Temporary Bube Plain, Que 

4th class Roberval, Que 

Temporary Lady Bank P.O., Ont 

Temporary Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont . 

3rd class Roberval 

Temporary Ridgeway, Welland Co., O. 

Temporary Lefroy P.O., Ont. . . . ^, . . . 

4th class Gabarouse, N.S 

Temporary Port Perry, Ont 

Temporary Carleton Place, Ont 

Temporary Glenora, Ont 

Temporary Smith's Falls, Ont 

Temporary Smith's Falls, Ont 

Temporary Dorchester, N . B 

Temporary Kippewa, Que 

Temporary New Li.skeard, Ont, 

Temporary Pembroke, Ont 

Temporary Toronto, Ont... 

Temporary New Liskeard, Ont 

Temporai-y Ottawa, Ont 

Temporary Kempville, Ont 

Temporary Ville Marie, Que 

Temporary Orillia, Ont 

4th class Chicoutimi, Que 

Temporary jSt. Anne de Chicoutimi, Q. 

3rd class . iCroos Point 

Temporary iCornwall, Ont. 

Temporary Cornwall, Ont. 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. . . . 

2nd class 

4th class 

4th class 

(Temporary. . . . 
Temporary. . . . 
Temporary. . . . 
Temporary. . . . 

4th class 

2nd class U.K. 

3rd class 

Temporary. . . . 



Grandes Piles, Que. . . . 
Grandes Piles, Que. . . . 

Magnetawan, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 

Thessalon, Ont 

Quebec 

Peninsula, Gaspe, Que. 
Temiskaming, Que. . . . 

Buckingham, Que 

Point Fortune, Que. . . 

Windsor, Ont 

North Vancouver, B.C. 
Charlottetown, P.E.I. . 
Perth, Ont 



Halifax, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Vancouver, B.C. . 
Vancouver, B.C. . 
Winnipeg, Man. . . 

Kenora, Ont 

Brockville, Ont . . 
Kingston, Ont. . . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Callander, Ont. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 

L'Orignal 

Temagami, Ont... 
Sturgeon Falls, O. 
Pembroke, Ont. . . 
Kingston, Ont. . . 

Victoria. B.C 

Victoria, B.C 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Vancouver, B.C. . 
Vancouver, B.C. . 

Halifax, N.S 

Quebec 

Weymouth, N. S . 
Montreal, Que. . . . 

Kenora, Ont 

Nelson, B.C 

Montreal, Que. . . . 
Charlemagne, Q. . 

Quebec, Que 

Roberval, Que.. . . 
Pembroke, Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que.. . . 

Quebec, 

Killarney, Ont.. . . 

Niagara, Ont 

Quebec 

Crystal Beach, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Lindsay, Ont 

Carleton Place, O. 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Smith's Falls, O. . 
Dorchester, N . B. . 
Turtle Portage... . 
New Liskeard, O.. 
Temagami, Ont. . . 
Temagami, Ont. . . 
New Liskeard, O.; 
Montreal, Que.. . . 
Montreal, Que.. . . 
Kippewa, Que.. . . 

Severn, Ont 

Quebec 

St. Anne, Que. . . . 

Quebec j 

Cornwall, Ont. ... 
Kingston, Ont.. . . I 
Grandes Piles, Q. . 
Grandes Piles, Q. . 
Magnetawan, Ont. 
Vancouver, B.C .. 
Thessalon, Ont. . . 

Quebec 

Gasp6. Que 

Montreal, Qvie. . . . 
Buckingham, Que 
Montreal, Que. . . . 
Windsor, Ont. . . . 
Vancouver, B.C. . 

Halifa.K, N.S 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 



Fee. 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



.5 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
2 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



2 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



126 



i; IRINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD V.I I., A. 1906 

List of Certificates of Competency granted to Engineers of Steamboats, for the year ended 

June 30, 1906, 



oo 

at 
o o 

S50 



4078 
4079 
4080 
4081 
4082 
4083 
4084 
4085 
4086 
4087 
4088 
4089 
4090 
4091 
4092 
4093 
4094 
4095 
4096 
4097 
4098 
4099 
4100 
4101 
4102 
4103 



Date 
of Certifi- 
cate. 



1905. 



Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov, 

Nov. 



24. 
24. 
25. 
25. 

7. 

9. 

9. 
24. 



Nov. 24 . 
Nov. 24. 
Nov. 24. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



24. 
24. 



Nov. 24. 

Dec. 11. 

Dec. 20. 

Dec. 20. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



20. 
20. 
20. 



Dec. 22. 
Dec. 22. 



Dee. 
Dec. 



22. 
22. 



Dec. 30. 
Dec. 30. 



1906. 



4104 Jan. 

4105 Jan. 

4106 Jan. 

4107 Jan. 

4108 Jan. 

4109 Jan. 
4110iJan. 

4111 [Jan. 

4112 Jan. 
4113ljan. 

4114 Jan. 

4115 Jan. 

4116 Jan. 
4117, Jan. 

4118 Jan. 

4119 Jan. 

4120 Jan. 

4121 Jan. 

4122 Jan. 

4123 Jan. 

4124 Jan. 
4125!Feb 

4126 Feb. 

4127 Feb. 

4128 Feb. 

4129 Feb. 

4130 Feb. 

4131 [Feb. 

4132 Feb. 

4133 Feb. 

4134 Feb. 

4135 Feb. 

4136 Feb. 

4137 Feb. 

4138 Feb. 

4139 Feb. 

4140 Feb. 

4141 Feb. 

4142 Feb. 

4143 Feb. 

4144 Feb. 
4145 1 Feb. 
4146iFeb. 

4147 Feb. 

4148 Feb. 



4. 

4. 

5. 
11. 
18. 

18. 
18. 
18. 

18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
18. 
19. 
19. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
16. 
16. 



Name. 



Geo. Wm. Jollimore. . . 
Wm, Sherman Gale. . . 

Wm. M. Hislop 

Arthur W. Moody 

Hermeas Terrien 

John Donaldson 

Levy McMillan 

Fraser Jeffreys 

Jos. Holloway 

Chas. B. Scott 

Wentworth W. Mann . . 
Henry D. Hornibrook 



Grade. 



Temporary. . . . 
Temporary. . . . 
2nd class U.K. 
1st class U.K. 

4th class 

Temporary. . . . 
1st class U.K.. 

4th class 

4th class 

4th class 

4th class 

3rd class 



Address. 



Where_ 
Examination 
was passed. 



Frank Fox l4th class. 



Geo. Shearer. 

Chas. StUlson 

Alex. G. Morrison 

Robert A. McPherson.. , 

Alderic Fougere 

Eng. Marchand 

Chas. L. Smith 

Jas. W. Hazlett 

John E. Angus 

Edmond Condon 

John H. Gowan 

Jos. Woodhouse 

Peter A. Leblanc 



John Leonard 

Geo. Lessard 

Alex. Wm. Dow. , 
Alber«, C. Wilson. 
Jos. M. Savoy 



James Nicoll 

John A. MacDonald. . . . 

Alferd H. Fryer 

David L. Smyth 

IThos. N. Jeffery 

John Gorman 

Albert Martin 

Leo Jos. Gallagher 

Andrew E. Kennedy.. . . 

Theodore Aisthorpe 

Neal Buie MacPhie 

Philippe Trottier 

Wm. McCabe 

John Smith 

Frederick Gillis 

Frank Thos. Norris .... 
Alex.McMasterFullarton 

Edwm Blackburn 

Thos. Shaw 

Charles Welsh 

Frank Mallen 

Wm. Turner 

Oliver D. Thurston 

Geo. Ernest Johnston.. . 
Percy Chas. T. Bonham. 

'Jos. Hamley 

'Thos. J. Scott 

Alfred W. LePage 

iFred'k Wm, Calbick.... 

John C. Crichton 

I Daniel Pollock 

John W. Griffith 

Geo. Neil Mac.\uley. . . . 

John T. Smith 

Fred'k Lorne Steeper. . . 
Norm'a Broad McCauley 

Wm. E. Gillman 

[Robert T. Beales 

Benjamin Marchand. . . . 
Romeo Daigle 



Temporary.. . . 
Temporary. . . . 
1st class U.K.. 

4th class 

4th class 

4th class 

2nd class U.K. 

2nd class 

3rd class 

4th class 

3rd clais 

3rd class 

4th class 



Pictou. N.S 

Sombra, Ont 

Pictou, N.S 

Halifa.x, N.S 

St. Catherines Bay. Que. . 

New Liskeard, Ont 

Sherbrook, N.S 

Toronto, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Guyshoro', N.S 

Louisburg, C.B., N.S 

Victoria, B.C 

Okanagan Landing, B.C.. 

Kenora, Ont 

Morrisbxirg, Ont , . , 

Vancouver, B.C 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Champlain, Que 

Champlain, Que 

Barbadoes, B.W.I 

Kingston, Ont 

Little, Current Ont 

Fort Francis, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Bracebridge, Ont 

Pembroke, Ont 



Temporary St. John, N.B 

3rd class Prescott, Ont 

2nd class U.K. . Victoria, B.C 

4th class jCollingwood, Ont 

3rd class iChatham, Northumberland 

i Coimt.v, N.B 

4th class [Owen Sound, Ont 

4th class Owen Sound, Ont 

4th class [Collingwood, Ont 

4th class iCollingwood, Ont 

4th class Gravenhurst, Ont 

4th class ;Pickering, Ont 

3rd Class Gravenhurst, Ont 

4th Class [St. John, N.B 

2nd Class Kingston, Ont 

4th Class Toronto, Ont 

4th Class Port Dalhousie, Ont... 

3rd Class Hull, P.Q 

4th Class Kingston, Ont 

3rd Class Garden Island, Ont. . . 

2nd Class Quebec, Que 

!4th Class [Kingston, Ont 

,1st Class, U.K.. lAyrshire, Scotland. . . 

[4th Class Sidney, B.C 

4th Class [Victoria, B.C 

4th Class [Picton, Ont 

4th Class Kingston, Ont 

4th Class Deseronto, Ont 

4th Class. ..... Bath, Ont , 

4th Class Midland, Ont 

2nd Class Owen Sound, Ont 

4th Class Wiarton, Ont 

4th Class Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.. , 

Temporary [Vancouver, B.C 

Temporary Vancouver, B.C 

4th Class Vancouver, B.C 

4th Class Vancouver, B.C 

4th Class Kualt, Ont 

4th Class 'Southampton, Ont 

4th Class Huntsville, Ont 

4th Class Dresden, Ont 

4th Class Toronto, Ont 

3rd Class Toronto, Ont 

3rd Class Toronto, Ont 

4th class Champlain, P.Q 

3rd class Leclercville, Que 



Halifa.x, N.S. . , 
Sombra, Ont. . . 
Halifax, N.S. . , 
Halifax N.S. . , 

Quebec 

New, Liskeard, O 

Quebec 

Toronto, Ont.. . . 

Halifax, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Victoria, B.C 

Victoria, B.C. . . . 
Kenora, Ont. . . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . 
Vancouver, B.C. 
St. John, N.B. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
St. John, N.B. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . 
Collingwood, Ont. 
Kenora, Ont. . . . 
Toronto, Ont. . . . 
Toronto, Ont.. . . 
Montreal, Que.. . 



St. John, N.B.. 
Kingston, Ont.. 

Victoria, B.C 

Collingwood, Ont 



Ont. 
Ont. 
Ont. 
Ont. 



St. John, N.B 
Collingwood ' 
[Collingwood 
iCollingwood, 
(Collingwood, 
IToronto, Ont 
Toronto, Ont.. . . 
iToronto, Ont.. . . 
jSt. John, N.B.. . 
Kingston, Ont.. . 
Toronto, Ont.. . . 
Toronto, Ont.. . . 
Montreal, P.Q... 
Kingston, Ont.. . 
Kingston, Ont.. . 
Quebec, Que. . . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . 

Victoria, B.C 

Victoria, B.C 

Victoria, B.C, 
Kingston 



Hmgston, Ont.. 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
CoUmgwood, Ont. 
Collingwood, Ont. 
Collingwood, Ont. 
Collingwood, Ont. 
Vancouver, B.C. . . 
Vancouver, B.C.. . 
Vancouver, B.C.. . 
Vancouver, B.C... 
Vancouver, B.C... 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. . . 
Quebec, Que 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 



127 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

List of Certificates of Competency granted to Engineers of Steamboats, for the year ended 

June 30, 1906. 



4149 
4160 
4151 
4152 
4153 
4154 
4165 
4156 
4157 
4158 
4159 
4160 



Date 
of Certifi- 
cate. 



1905. 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



4161 Feb 



4162 
4163 
4164 
4165 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



4166 Feb. 

4167 Feb. 

4168 Mar. 
4169!Mar. 
4170!Mar. 
4171iMar. 
4172 Mar. 
4173iMar. 
4174iMar. 
4175:Mar. 
4176!Mar. 
4177iMar. 
4178|Mar. 

4179 Mar. 

4180 Mar. 

4181 Mar. 

4182 Mar. 

4183 Mar. 
4184Mar. 
4185iMar. 

4186 Mar. 

4187 Mar. 

4188 Mar. 

4189 Mar. 

4190 Mar. 



4191 
4192 
4193 
4194 
4196 
4196 
4197 
4198 
4199 
4200 
4201 
4202 
4203 
4204 
4205 
4206 
4207 
4208 
4206 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
April 
April 
May- 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



4210iMay 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



4211 
4212 
4213 
4214 
4216 
4216 
4217 
4218 
4219 
4220 

4221 



16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
26. 
26. 
26. 
26. 
26. 
26. 
26. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

6. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
12. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
4. 
4. 

1. 

1. 

1. , 
1. , 
3. , 
3. . 
3. , 
3. . 
3., 
3. . 
3.. 
3. . 
3. . 
7. . 
7. . 
7. . 
7. . 
7. . 
7. . 
7. . 
7. . 
7. . 



Name. 



Grade. 



Leon Boisvert 3rd class 

Odilon Lambert 

Thos. J. Grady 

John L. Morris 

Harvey Myers 

Robert F. Craig 

John Youngson 

Albert E. Wagg 

Louis O. Lamoureux.. . . 
Melbouine, J. Sherman. 



Geo. E. Wilson.. 

John R. Winkler 

Jas. W. Wedlock 

Geo. Tuttle 

Wencelas Chretien 

Arthm- Robidoiix 

Chas. H. Burritt. . . . . . 

Herbert D. Phippen... 
Hormidos Robitaille. . . 

Jos. Morrison 

Arthur Lang 

Edgar J. Wilder 

Frank Goodwin 

Jos. A. Pickard 

Fred'ck W. Milne 

Wm. WUlett 

John M. Masterson. . . . 

Noe Rousseau 

Wm. Lowery 

John Knight 

Pierre Brunelle 

Arthur E. Wanamaker 

Philippe Lamothe 

John H. Fraser 

Frederick Moynes 

Zoell Laverdiere 

Nicholas J. Coulter. . . . 

Robert S. Sacret 

Alfred Young 

Emmanuelle Lapointe. . 

Robert J. Gibson 

John Jackson 

Dimcan McEachern.. , . 
Andrew Lajeunesse. . . . 

Arthur R. Barrow 

Victor L. Cameron 

Urcisse Hamelin 

Wm. L Reid 

Johnny St. Michel 

Geo. H. Whitney 

Walter Heay 

William Adam 

Wm. H. Trebilcock.. . . 

Wm. Webster 

I Isaac J. Baynton 

Wm. Spicer 

Harry Jukes 

Thos. W. Whiteley 

George Hill 

John L. Insley 

Albert Wright 

Edward Clark , 

Albert E. Openshaw . . 

Robert Andrews , 

Arthiu- Lemay 

Joseph Can tin. . . . 

Wm. H. Wilkinson 

Alphonse Hamelin 

John A. Cook. . . . 

Wm. Riddler .['.'. 

Wm. M. Thompson 

John Fransdam 



May 



4th class.. . 
4th class.. . 
2nd class. , . 
4th class. . . 
3rd class. . . 
2nd class. . . 
4th class. . . 
4th class. . . 
4th class. . . 
3rd class. . . 
4th class.. . 
Temporary. 
3rd class. . . . 
3rd class. . . 
4th class. . . 
3rd class. . . , 
4th class. . . . 
3rd class.. . , 
4th class. . . . 
4th class. . . . 
3rd class. . . , 



Address. 



Ste. Croix, Que Quebec, Que 



Quebec, Que 

Peterboro' 

Toronto, Ont 

Sarnia, Ont 

Barrie, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Windsor, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Kingston, Ont 

Waubaushene, Ont 
Southampton. Ont. 

Bensfort, Ont 

Kingston, Ont 

Sorel, Que 

Sorel, Que 

St. John, N.B 

St. John, N.B 

Sorel, Que 

Edwardsville, C.B.. 

Halifax, N.S 

Halifax. N.S 

Toronto, Ont 



2nd class , _ , 

3rd class jTorontoi Ont, 

4th class iLefroy, Ont 

4th class iToronto, Ont 

4th class iHamilton, Ont 

4th class 'St. Appolinaire, Que . 

3rd class iSault Ste. Marie, Ont 

4th class (St. John, N.B 

4th class Champlain, Que 

4th class Toronto, Ont 

4th class St. Nicholas, Que 



4th class, 
Temporary.. . . 

4th class 

Temporary. ... 

4th class , 

4th class 

4th class , , 

4th class 

3rd class 

3rd class 

Temporary 

Temporary 

2nd class, U.K. 

2nd class 

4th class 

2nd class 

3rd class 

3rd class 

4th class 

2nd class, U.K . 
1st class, U.K. . 

Temporary 

Temporary 

Temporary 

Temporary 

Temporary 

Temporary 

Temporary 

Temporary 

3rd class 

1st class, U.K. . 

4th class 

2nd class 

Temporary 

3rd class 

Temporary 

Temporary 

Temporary 

4th class 



Wm. S. Batt. 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



3rd class. 



Edwardsville, N.S 

Lindsay, Ont 

Lauzon Village 

Silverdale, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Halifax, N.S 

Lauzon Village, Que 

Halifax, N.S 

Louisbm-g, C.B 

Winnipegosis, Man 

Peterboro', Ont , 

Port Simpson, B.C , 

Pictou, N.S , 

Villeray, Que , 

Churchill, Ont.. . : 

Sorel, Que 

Brockville, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 

Nanaimo, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Petersham, Sydney, N.S.W, 

Bobcaygeon, Ont 

Newboro', Ont 

Parry Sonud, Ont 

Sombra, Ont 

Keewatin, Ont 

Keewatin, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Burks Falls, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Philadelphia, U.S 

St. Jean des Chaillons 

Village Bienville, Que 

Gananoque, Ont 

Champlain, Que 

Grenville, Que 

Ladner, B.C 

Huntsville, Ont 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 



Quebec, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Collmgwood, Ont. 

Toronto, Ont 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Sorel, Que 

Sorel, Que 

St. John, N.B 

St. John, N.B 

Sore', Que 

Halifax, N.S 

Halifa.x, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Collingwood, Ont. 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Quebec, Que 

Sault Ste. Marie. . 

St. John, N B 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Quebec, Que 

Halifax, N.S 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Quebec, Que 

Vancouver, B.C. . 
Vancouver, B.C .. 

Halifax, N.S 

Quebec, Que 

Halifax, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Wiimipegosis, M . 
Peterboro', Ont.. 
Vancouver, B.C. , 

Quebec, Que 

Montreal, Que.. . , 

Toronto, Ont 

Sorel, Que 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Vancouver, B.C... 

Victoria, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C. . . 
Vancouver, B.C. . 
Belleville Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Parry Sound, Ont, 

Sombra, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

St. John, N.B 

Quebec, Que 

Quebec, Que 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . . 

Hawkesbury 

Vancouver, B.C. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Charlottetown, 

P.E.I 

Charlottetown, 
P.E.I 



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MARINE AJD FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

List of Certificates of Competency granted to Engineers of Steamboats, for the year ended 

June 30, 1906. 



Date 
of Certifi- 
cate. 



Name. 



1906. 
4222!May 7. 
4223|May 7. 



4224May 



4225 
4226 
4227 
4228 
4229 
4230 
4231 
4232 
4233 
4234 
4235 
4236 
4237 
4238 
4239 
4240 
4241 
4242 
4243 
4244! 



May 
iMay 
May 
May 
May 
May 



May 
May 



4245 June 

4246 .June 

4247 June 

4248 June 
4249 1 June 

4250 June 

4251 Jime 

4252 June 

4253 June 

4254 June 
4255 1 June 
4256 June 
4257iJune 
4258 June 
42591 June 



4260 
4261 
4262 
4263 
4264 
4265 
4266 
4267 
4268 
4269 
4270 
4271 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



May 18. 

May 18. 

May 18. 

Mav 18. 

May 18. 

Mav 18. 

May 18. 

Mav 19. 



19. 
19. 



May 23 . 
May 23. 
June 
June 



2. 
2. 

2. 

2 

2'. 

2 

8'. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
23. 
23. 
23. 
25. 
25. 
25. 



John Patterson. 



Frederick G. Pelly. 
Peter McGonnell. . 



Louis Petit 

Narcisse Vilandre. . ., 

Germain Lippe 

Robert Howard 

Rupert E. Donkin.. . 

Helgi SveLnnson 

Wm. H. Burmeister. 

Wm. Burgoyne 

Constant Lecoauet.. 

John Gonyea 

Arthur SeguLn 

Roy G. Skene 

Eugene Charait 

Geo. Castle 

Henri Chapdelaine.. . 

Wm. Gehl 

Henry C. Cartmell.. . 
Richard J. Riley. . . . 

Dennis Hatton 

Geo. E. McColman. . , 



Grade. 



4th class. 
4th'Class. 



Address. 



Charlottetown, P.E.I. 
Charlottetown, P.E.I. 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



3rd class Charlottetown, P.E.I. 



4th class jSorel, Que. 

4th class jSorel, Que. 



3rd class. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
Temporary. 
4th class.. . . 
3rd class. . . . 
Temporary. , 
Temporary. , 
4th class. . . . 
3rd class. . . . 



Wm. Woodend 

Chas. H. Phillips . . . 
Lloyd Acheson . ... 
Peter A. Leblanc. . . . 
Daniel O'Dounell.. . . 
Wilbert C. Harriss... 
David Pitceatlily. . . . 

John Kelso 

Wm. J. Mclntyre 

John Nebon 

Geo. Donaldson .... 

M. H. Grose 

Arthur Poole 

Melvm R. R. Ball... 
Euchariste Paradis. . 

John Andrechek Temporary 

Napoleon Morin Temporary.. 

Jos. Villeneuve ITemporary.. 

Temporary.. 
Temporary. . 
Temporary.. 
Temporary. . 
Temporary. . 
Temporary. . 
Temporary. . 
Temporary. 
Temporary. . 



Ludgie Villeneuve. 

Geo. M. Beecher 

Lynn Higbee 

Frederick Coombes. . . . 

Albert F. Santon 

John E. Willis 

Francis Wm. Cook 

Wm. Niagara Simpson 
Henry Carson 



Temporary. . . , 

3rd class 

Temporary.. . , 
Temporary. . . , 
Temporary. . . . 
Temporary. . . . 
Temporary. . . . 
Temporary. . . . 
Temporary, . . . 

4tli class 

4th class 

Temporary. . . . 

3rd class 

Temporary. . . . 
Temporary. . . . 



Sorel, Que 

Pictou, N.S 

Kenora, Ont 

Selkirk, Man 

Vancouver, B.C. 

Fenelon Falls 

Nominingue, Que. 
Smiths Falls, Ont. 

Hudson, Que 

Dry den, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Gravenhurst, Ont. 

Sorel, Que 

Port Arthur, Ont. 
Chilliwack, B.C. . . 
Annapolis, N.S. . . 
Owen Sound, Ont. 
Thessalon, Ont. . . 



Kenora, Ont 

The Landing, Man 

Westmeath, Ont 

Pembroke, Ont 

Belleville, Ont 

Gores Landing, Ont 

Fenelon Falls. Ont 

Huntsville, Ont 

Port Sydney, Ont 

Port Arthur, Ont 

Victoria, B.C 

Port Arthiu-, Ont 

Selkirk, Man 

Sombra, Ont 

Hull, Que 

Renfrew Co., Killaloo Stn.. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Brockville, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Severn Bridge, Ont 

Parry Sound, Ont 

Little Current, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 



Charlottetown, 

P.E.I 

Charlottetown, 

P.E.I 

Charlottetown. 

P.E.I 

Sorel, Que 

Sorel, Que 

Sorel, Que 

Pictou, N.S 

Kenora, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

V^ancouver, B.C. . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Montreal, Que.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
[Montreal , Que.. . . 

Kenora, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Gravenhurst, Ont. 

Sorel, Que 

Port Arthur, Ont. 
Vancouver, B.C. . 

Halifax, N.S 

Midland, Ont 

Sault Ste. Marie. 

Ont. 

Kenora, Ont 

Selkirk, Man 

Thrashers Ldg 

Pembroke, Ont. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Port Arthur, Ont. 

Victoria, B.C 

Kenora, Ont 

Selkirk, Man 

Sarnia, Ont 

Britannia, Ont. . . . 
New Liskeard.Ont 
Montreal, Que.. . . 

Kenora, Ont 

Kenora, Ont 

Brockville, Ont.. . 

Kenora, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Severn Bridge, O 
Parry Sound, Ont 
Little Current, O. 
Vancouver, B.C... 
Vancouver, B.C.. . 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



129 



APPENDIX 10. 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF QUEBEC FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Quebec, January 15, 1906. 

F. GoURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to enclose you herewith the Commissioners' report as pilotage 
authority of the pilotage district of Quebec to July 20, 1905. 

I am, sir, your most obedient servant, 

JAS. WOODS, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners' Report as Pilotage Authority for a portion 

OF THE Year 1905. 

{Under 36 Victoria, Chapter 54, Section 22.) 

Quebec, January 2, 1906. 

To the Honourable 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — In compliance with the requirements of 'The Pilotage Act,' 36 Victoria, chapter 
54, section 22, I have the honour to submit the Quebec Harbour Commissioners' report 
as the pilotage authority for the pilotage district of Quebec, to July 20, 1905, when that 
authority came under the jurisdiction of the Honourable the Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 

EXAMINATION OF THE EYESIGHT OF ALL THE PILOTS ON THE ACTIVE LIST. 

Under article 21 of the pilotage by-laws of the pilotage district of Quebec, all the pilots 
on the active list were examined by an occulist, appointed by the Commissioners, as to there 
sight, colour sight and hearing, an4 with the exception of pilots No. 19 on list of 1904, Jean- 
Baptiste Tremblay, and No. 60, Nazaire Delisle, were found duly qualified as to their sight, 
to continue piloting. Dr. Wilfrid Beaupre, occulist and examiner, was present to assist 
the pilotage authority at this examination. 

Pilots Nos. 35, 41, 48, 83 and 102 not being present, were disqualified from piloting; 
but they subsequently passed this necessary examination and were therefore entitled to 
pilot during the season 1905. 

Pilot J. B. Tremblay, who was put back on the first examination, having been re- 
examined, was allowed to continue piloting. 

ADMISSION OF APPRENTICE PILOT PAUL PAQUET. 

Apprentice pilot, Paul Paquet, having complied with all the requirements of the by-laws 
governing the admission of apprentice pilots, having passed the necessary examination 
before the pilotage authority of the pilotage district of Quebec, was, on May 22 last, admitted 
as a branch pilot for and below the harbour of Quebec. 

23—9 



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130 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

TRIALS. 

Two pilots were before July 20 brought before the Commissioners charged with being 
intoxicated when called upon to perform their duties. 

The first pilot, F. X. Eustache, alias Wm. Doiron, pleaded guilty and was condemned 
to twelve months' suspension from the date of the trial June 27. 

The second pilot, Adelard Vezina, was tried on July 13 and pleading guilty, was con- 
demned to be suspended for one year from the date of trial. This pilot appealed against 
this judgment and thq appeal is still pending. 

X SUPERANNUATIONS. 

The following pilots have been placed on the retired list to July 20, 1905. 
Joseph Paquet admitted in 1862, has had forty-three years of pilotage service. 
Cyrille Audet dit Lapointe, admitted 1870, has had thirty-five years of pilotage service. 
Both of these pilots leave very good records. 

SERVICE AT FATHER POINT. 

The commissioners are pleased to note that as they have frequently recommended 
that the department has established an efficient steam tender service at Father Point for 
the service of the vessels, and that the inefficient boat service has been abandoned. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 

JAS. WOODS, 

Secretary-Treasurer. 



Quebec, December 30, 1905. 

F. Gourdeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to transmit to you a detailed statement of the moneys received 
and expended last year by the Decayed Pilot Fund of Quebec; also, a similar statement, 
in duplicate, of the moneys received and expended by the corporation of pilots, all of which 
has been revised and attested. 

The total receipts, net, of the Corporation of Pilots for 

pilotage were $ 117,547 25 

The total expenditure, including the 7 per cent 'deposited 

in the fund 21,410 16 

Leaving a net balance of $ 96,137 09 

Giving to each pilot a declared dividend of 855 00 

39 foreign vessels gave •. $ 2,153 09 

760 British " 113,327 98 

24 Saguenay " 2,066 18 

$ 117,547 25 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



F. X. DION, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



QUEBEC PILOTAGE AVTEOUlTY 131 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

F. X. Dion in current account with the Corporation of Pilots of Quebec to December 30, 1905. 



Dr. $ ots, 

To balance of 1904 491 60 

Reserve fund 1,000 00 

Customs, Montreal 41,939 10 

Three Rivers 1,396 98 

Sorel 1,166 98 

Chicoutimi 2,527 40 

St. Thomas 177 57 

Riviere du Loup 108 78 

" Ste. Catherine 175 61 

Interest, Banque Nationale.S 94 05 

Less 10 00 

84 05 

Expenses pilot boats $ 292 83 

Paid 239 61 

63 22 

Fines 240 00 

Lost time 1,045 68 

Sale of pilot boat. La Mouetie 1,100 00 

La Vigie 1,100 00 

Pilotage collected at Quebec 70,054 83 

122,661 80 



CR- $ cts. 

By interest paid on loans 133 33 

Rent $ 479 ii 

Less 25 00 

, 454 11 

General expenses $ 977 57 

Less 2 50 

— 975 07 

tflxpenses of pilots $ 2,253 42 

Less 40 90 

2 212 52 

Indemnity to directors & Father Point '750 00 

Insurance $ 41 70 

Less 1 40 

T 1 ^ • 40 30 

Legal advisers 52 00 

Pilotage remitted 2,143 84 

Salaries of employees 1^550 00 

Pilot boat shares 5,000 00 

Decayed pilots' fund, 7' per cent. . . . . 8,098 99 

Reserved fund and retired pilots' fund 2,500 Oo 

Dividends 98,390 00 

Balance 361 64 



122,661 80 



F. X. DION, 

Secretary-Treasurer. 

Quebec, December 30, 1905. 

N.B. — We, the undersigned, officially appointed to examine the books and accounts 
of the Corporation of Pilots of Quebec, certify to having found them correct. 

ADJ. BAILLARGEON, 
CAMILLE BERNIER, 

Avditors. 

J. A. LABRECQUE, 

Accountant. 



Statement of moneys received and expended by the Corporation o Pilots for the Decayed 

Pilot Fund of Quebec, during the year 1905. 



Receipts. $ cts. 

To Balance of 1904 7,357 13 

Contribution of pilots 8,098 99 

Interest on investments 4,490 33 

Interest from savings bank 206 87 

Fines 110 00 

Church wardens of St. Fulgence 500 00 

John Irvine 100 00 

20,863 32 

Expenditure. 

By Pensions 10,602 39 

Relief 195 92 

Expenses 2 50 

Salaries 583 34 

Deposits in savings bank 9,404 48 

Balance on hand 74 69 

20,863 32 

Relief given. 

Adam, J. E., from Dec. 27. 1904 43 35 

Paquet, .Joseph, from Jan. 16, 1905 19 90 

Delisle, Nazaire 100 00 

Langlois, Cyprien, from Sept. 1, 1905. ... 32 67 

195 92 



Pensioners at the Expense of the Fund. 

Amount paid to each during the year, ^ from November 1 
1904, to November 1, 1905, inclusive, but paid 
from. January 1, 1905, to December 30, 1905. , 

Twelve Pilots at S216. 

Couillard, Jos. Phil 

Genest, Edouard 

Paquet, Jos., pensioned from Jan. 16, 1905 
D'Amours, Achille, died Nov. 17, 1905.. . 

Brown, Joseph 

Pouliot, Joseph 

Adam, J. E., pensioned from Dec. 29, 1904 

Gravel, Joseph 

Lachance, Moise 

Audet, Cyrille, pensioned from June 27, 

1905 

Paquet, Paul, pensioned from August 17, 

1905 

Normand, George, pensioned from August 

16, 1905 . . 



One Pilot at .|196. 



Chouinard, Thomas. 



$ 


cts. 


216 


00 


216 


00 


170 


80 


225 


98 


216 


00 


216 


00 


181 


09 


216 


00 


216 


00 


74 


10 


43 


88 


44 


46 


2,036 31 



196 00 



196 00 



23—9^ 



132 



Marine axd fisheries 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



Statement of moneys received and expended by the Corporation of Pilots for the Decayed 
Pilot Fund of Quebec, during the year, 1905 — Continued. 



Two Pilots ai 



Dick, Ovide 

Lapointe, Cyrille. 



One Pilot at $158. 



Raymond, L^andre. 



One Pilot at 8100. 



Forbes, James. 



Widows. 

Twenty-two Widou-8 at SI 16. 

Widow Bernier. J.-Bte. 

Dufresne, J^remie 

Bouffard, David 

Caron, Maximin 

D'Amours, David 

Delisle, Magloire 

Despr^s, Auguste 

Gobeil, Antoine 

Laprise, Louis, died May 30, 1905. 

Langlois, Paul 

Gobeil, Jean 

Lapointe. Antoine 

Pouliot, J.-Bte 

Menard, Regis 

Pouliot, Jean 

Dumas, Charles. 

Dimias, Francois 

Vaillancourt, Alex 

Vezina. Charles 

Baquet, Annibal 

Demers, Victor 

Pouliot, Joseph 



Thirteen Widows at SI 12. 

Widow Delisle, Jean 

Delisle, F.-X 

Dumas, Hubert, died May 25, 1905 

" Forgues, Narcisse 

" Gurnard, Michel. 

Gourdeau, Theophile 

Lachance. Joseph 

" Lemieux. Pierre 

" Lamarre, Jean Frs 

" Morency, Joseph '. 

Laprise, Pierre, died Nov. 8, 1905. 
" Patoine, J.-Bte. pensioned Nov. 16, 

1904 

" Ruelland. Pierre 



Seven Widows a< SllO. 

Widow Doiron, Eustaohe 

" Demers, Edouard 

" De.spr^s, George 

" Fortin, Nicholas 

" lapointe, Joseph 

Paquet, Paul 

Sansterre, Ad(''lard. . 



S cts. 

176 00 
176 00 



352 00 



158 00 



Nine Widows at $106. S cts. 

Widow Curodeau, Pierre 106 00 

I •• Cr^pault, Louis 106 00 

Bernier, Jos. F.-X 106 00 

" Mercier, Magloire 106 GO 

Langlois, Phil^as 106 00 

Pouliot. Paul 106 00 

I ■' Roy, Alexis 106 00 

" Labrecque, L^on 106 00 

Pouliot, Napoleon 106 00 



100 00 



116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
67 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 
116 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
45 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



Nine Widows at SI 00. 

Widow Dion, Joseph 

" Dion, Alfred 

" Fournier, Amable 

" Glym, Dennis 

" Lavoie, A. (L. M.) 

" Noel, Henri 

" Ross, Pierre.. 

" Langelier, Fabien 

Langlois, Julien, died April 12, 
1905 



Four Widows at 896. 

Widow Lachance, Ovide 

" L<^vesque, Joseph 

" Pineau, Benjamin 

" Pelletier, David 



One Widow at $80. 
Widow Turgeon, Edmond 



2,503 


45 


112 


i 

00 , 


112 


00 1 


63 


87 


112 


00 


112 


00 


112 


00 


112 


00 


112 


00 


112 


00 


112 


00 


112 


00 


107 


31 


112 


00 


1,403 


18 


110 


00 


110 


00 


no 


00 


no 


00 


no 


00 


no 


00 


no 


00 


770 


00 



Two Widows at S68. 



Widow Dallaire, Napoleon . . 
Morency, Guillaimie. 



Four Widows at S64. 

Widow Cote, Magloire 

" Caron. Fabien 

" Larochelle, Laurence 

Turgeon, Alfred 



954 00 



100 


00 


100 


00 


75 


00 


100 


00 


1 no 


(\n 
\f\/ 


1 on 




1 on 




100 


00 


44 


95 


819 


95 


96 


00 


96 


00 


96 


00 


96 


00 


384 


00 


80 


00 


68 


00 


68 


00 


136 


00 


64 


00 


64 


00 


64 


00 


64 


00 


256 


00 



Children. 

Fifteen Children at $30. 

Child of Boutin, Thomas, arrears 7 50 

one year (1).. . . 30 00 

Couillard, Hilaire. (1) 30 00 

Dugas, Jean, (1) 30 00 

Forbes, James, (2) 56 00 

Giroux, Jean, (1) 30 00 

' " Langlois, Joseph, (l) 30 00 

ToupaiiJt, Pierre, (1) 30 00 

Plante, Joseph, (1) 30 00 

Noel, Francois, (1) 30 00 

Chouinard, Chs., (1) 30 00 

Gobeil. Jean, (1) 30 00 

Babin, Damase, (1) 30 00 

De.scombe, Pierre, (1) 30 00 

Talbot. J.-Bte, (1) 30 00 

453 50 



QUEBEC PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 



133 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



Sta'ijement of moneys received and expended by the Corporation of Pilots for the Decayed 
Pilot Fund of Quebec, during the year, 1905 — Concluded. 



Recapitulation of Pensions. $ cts. 

12 Pilots at $216 2,036 31 

1 " 196 196 00 

2 " 176 352 00 

1 " 158 - 158 00 

1 " 100 100 00 

22 Widows at $116 2,503 45 

13 ■' 112 1,403 18 

7 " 110 770 00 

9 " 106 954 00 



Recapitulation of Pensions — Concluded. S cts. 

9 Widows at 100 819 95 

4 " 96 384 00 

1 " 80 80 00 

2 " 68 136 00 

4 " 64 256 00 

15 Children at $30 453 50 

103 Pensioners 10,602 39 



Dr. 

Receipts. 



To Balance of 1904 

Trustees of Quebec roads, 1 year's in- 
terest at 6 per cent to July 1, 1905.. 

Debentures of citv of Quebec, class B, 
1 year's .nterest on $9,000 at 7 p.c. 

Treasury Department, 1 year's intere.st 
to July 1, on $20,000 at 5 p.c 

Corporation of Pilots, on $2,500 and 
$1,000 at 4 per cent 

Church Wardens of St. Fulgence, re- 
mitted 

Arrears of interest on $1,000 

Church Wardens of St. Valier, 1 year's 
interest on $15,000 at 4 per cent 

Thomas Gray, 1 year's interest on 
$2,000 at 5 per cent 

Church Wardens of St. Romuald, 1 
year's interest on $16,000 at 4 p.c. . 

Contributions of pilots 

Capt. John Irvine.. . . 

Fines 

Savings Banks, Banque Nationale and 
Quebec 



$ 


cts. 


7,357 


13 


1,368 


00 


630 


00 


1,000 


00 


133 


33 


500 


00 


19 


00 


600 


00 


100 


00 


640 


00 


8,098 


99 


100 


00 


110 


00 


206 


87 


20,863 32 



Cr. 

By Relief and pensions paid during the 
vear 1905: — 

Relief 195 92 

Arrears of pensions 7 50 

Expenses 2 50 

Quarter ended January 31, 1905 2,606 15 

April 30, 1905 2,655 45 

July 31, 1905 2,616 97 

October 31, 1905.. .... . 2,716 32 

Salary of the secretary-treasurer 583 34 

Deposits in savings banks 9,404 48 

Balance on hand 74 69 



20,863 32 



Statement of Fund. 

Moneys loaned 89,300 00 

Moneys in savings banks 9,404 48 

Moneys on hand 74 69 

98,779 17 

Deduct arrears of pensions due 27 43 

Net capital 98,751 74 



F. X. DION, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



Quebec, December 30, 1905. 

N.B. — We, the undersigned, officially appointed to examine the books and accounts 
of the Decayed Pilots' Fund of Quebec, certify to having examined them carefully, to having 
verified the amounts deposited in the savings banks, and to having fo,und the whole correct 
and in perfect order. 

ADJ. BAILLARGEON, 
CAMILLE BERNIER, 

Auditor.'!. 

J. A. LABRECQUE, 

Accountant. 



134 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 11 



REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF ST. JOHN, N.B., FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Office of Pilotage Authority, 

District of St. John, N.B., January 6, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to forward you under same cover, the annual returns for 
pUotage for this district for the year ending December 31, 1905, which I trust you will find 
in order. 

Your obedient servant, 
\ 

J. U. THOMAS, 

Secretary. 



Office of Pilotage Authority, District of St. John, N.B., December 31, 1905. 



Revenue Account. 


$ 


cts. 


$ cts. 


Receipts — 








Licenses to 24 pilots at $5 


120 


00 




5 boats at $10 


50 


00 






1,950 


79 






24 


25 








2,145 04 


Expenditures — 








Auditing accounts for 1904 

J. & A. McMillan, stationery, &c 


25 


GO 




15 


45 




Office rent, one year 


100 


00 




Salary Secretary-Treasurer 


1,000 


00 






64 


35 




Amount transferred to Pilot Fund Account 


1,204 80 
940 24 

2,145 04 







J. U. THOMAS, 

Secretary. 



ST. JOHN PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 / 

Statement of Pilot P'und Account for the Year ended December 31, 1905. 



135 



Dr. 



To pensions paid to 2 pilots 

To pensions paid to 10 widows and 2 children. 
To funeral expenses pilot James Reed 



To balance. 



Cr. 



By balance December 31, 1904 ' 

By interest Dominion Savings Bank deposit, 12 months to July 1, 1905, per pass- 
book No. 744 

per pass-book No. 10,260 



By amount from revenue account. 



By balance to credit of Pilot Fund account, December 31, 1905. 



$ cts. 

450 00 

1,300 00 

20 00 



153 24 
107 15 



cts. 



1.770 00 
8,242 57 



10,012 57 



8,811 94 



260 39 
940 24 



10,012 57 



8,242 57 



J. U. THOMAS, 



Secretary. 



Statement of Finances, St. John Pilot Commissioners, December 31, 1905. 



Investment Account. 

On deposit Dominion Savings Bank, per pass-book No. 744. . . , 
On deposit Dominion Savings Bank, per pass-book No. 10,260. 



Current Account. 
On deposit Bank of New Brunswick 



$ cts. 

5.262 05 

2.263 03 



$ cts. 



7.525 08 



717 49 



8,242 57 



J. U. THOMAS, 



Secretary. 



136 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Licensed Pilots, Port of St. John, N.B., for the year 1905. 



Name. 



Bennett. James 

Cline, Richard 

Cline, Alfred 

Cline, Richard B 

Doyle, James 

Doherty, Joseph 

Lahey, William. 

Lahey, Frank L 

Miller, James H 

Murray, William 

Quinn, William 

Rogers. Bartholomew, 

Reed, blames 

■ Spears, James S 

Spears, Henry 

Spears, Martin 

Scott, William 

Scott, Richard 

Stone, Thomas J 

Sherrard, John L. C. . 

Thomas, John S 

Thomas Robert 

Traynor, Thomas. . . . 
McAnulty, John 




48 
80 
48 
35 
66 
59 
76 
34 
28 
31 
58 
48 
59 
60 
54 
48 
49 
54 
52 
71 
57 
64 
52 
67 



Remarks. 



St. John, N.B. 



Musquash, N.B. 



Licensed for Musquash only. 



J. U. THOMAS, 



Secretary. 



Returx of Vessels arriving at Port of St. John (subject to pilotage), for the year ending 

December 31, 19U5. 



Schooners 

Brigs and brigantines. 



British. 



75 
1 



Ships. 

Barques and barquentLnes. 
Steamships 



Amount of pilotage received. 



11 
205 



292 



24,116 57 




31,431 .55 



J. U. THOMAS, 

Secretary. 



ST. JOHN PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Pilots' Individual Earnings for the year 1905. 



137 



Total amount of pilotage received 

Less — 25c. per foot from outward pilotage for office expenses, pilot fund, &c. 

Conlra. 

Bennett, James 

Cline, Richard 

Cliiie, Alfred 

Cline, Richard B 

Doyle, James 

Doherty, Joseph J 

Lahey, William 

Lahey, Frank L 

Miller, James H 

Murray, William 

Quinn, William 

Rogers, Bartholomew ' 

Reed, James 

Spears, James S 

Spears, Henry 

Spears, Martin 

Scott, Richard 

Scott, William 

Stone, Thomas J 

Sherrard, John L. C ■ 

Thomas, Robert 

Traynor, Thomas 

Thomas, John S 



$ cts. 

31,431 55 
1,950 79 



2,047 73 

294 70 

364 

531 
1,754 
2,198 

663 
1,847 
1,662 99 
1,761 75 
1,719 
2,085 

185 

459 
2,126 

806 

330 
1,485 33 
2,466 75 
1,3.59 13 

515 75 
1,335 23 
1,479 10 



00 
25 
01 
85 
25 
35 



50 
90 
00 
50 
49 
95 
25 



$ cts. 



29,480 76 



29,480 76 



J. U. THOMAS, 

Secretary. 



138 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 12 



REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF HALIFAX FOR THE 
YEAR^ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Halifax, N.S., January 9, 1906 

The Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa, Canada. 

Sir, — I beg leave to enclose the yearly accounts of the Halifax Pilotage Commission 
consisting of: — 

Statement, of receipts and expenditures. 
Statement of superannuation fund. 
List of pilots, Halifax district. 
List of pensioners, Halifax district. 

Return of vessels, British and foreign, entered inwards and outwards, subject to com- 
pulsory pilotage. 

I remain, 

Your obedient servant, 

FRANK J. PHELAN, 



Secretary Halifax Pilot Comviission. 

Office of Commissioners of Pilots, 

Halifax, N.S., January 1, 1906. 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 



Balance on hand January 1, 1905 $ 422 22 

Interest 1,013 77 

Commission 1,706 68 

Licenses 58 00 

Outward pilotage 1,671 45 



$ 4,872 12 



Salary 600 00 

Rent 325 00 

Expenses 458 23 

Superannuation 2,195 84 

Balance 1,293 05 



$4,872 12 

Balance on hand January 1, 1906 1,293 05 



FRANK J. PHELAN, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



8T. JOHN PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 



139 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Office of Commissioners of Pilots, 

Halifax, N.S., January 1, 1906. 

SUPERANNUATION FUND. 



Balance, January 1, 1905 $29,625 51 

Commission $ 850 83 

Interest 1,013 77 

Refund 33 75 

Licenses 58 00 

Transferred from general account 273 24 

2,229 59 



$31,855 10 

Pensions paid 1,486 67 



$30,368 43 



FRANK J. PHELAN, 

Secretary-Treasurer. 



List of pilots, Halifax District. 




Jas. Fleming. . 
Jas. Holland.. . 
Wm. Baker. . . 

L. Hayes 

F. Thomas 

Ber. Bracket. . 
Wm. Hayes. . . 
Jno. Holland. . 
Edw. Bayers. . 
Jas. Hanrahan 
Jno. Hayes.. . . 
Jas. Spears.. . . 
J. F. Beazley. . 
Wm. Gorman.. 
C. F. Martin... 
Wm. White. . . 
Thos. Hayes. . . 
Thos. Reyne.. . 

F. Mackie 

Hy. Latter 



66 
69 
70 
27 
29 
24 
31 
24 
64 
68 
55 
47 
46 
31 
39 
48 
46 
45 
33 
37 



Residence. 



Halifax. . . . 
Dimcan's Cove. 
Halifax 



Herring Cove. 
Halifax. 

I Ferguson's Cove. 
Halifax. 



Ferguson's Cove. 
Halifax. 



FRANK J. PHELAN. 

Secretary -Treasurer. 

r 



140 



MARINE AXD FISHERIi:S 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

List of pensioners, Halifax District. 



Name. 



Fleming. John 

Hayes, Pat'k 

Fleming, J. W 

RejTie, J 

Holland, Jere 

Beazeley, Wm 

Nickerson, Mrs. L. . . 

Martin, Mrs. C 

Johnson, Mrs. J 

Glazebrook, Mrs. C. 

Chas. . . 

Martin, Mrs. D 

Barbara. . . . 
" Catherine. . . 
Gallagher, Mrs. B. . . 

W. L. . . . 

Catherine, 
Mimro, Mrs. H 



Age. 



92 
83 
43 
82 
73 
66 
71 
73 
73 
60 
14 
47 
14 
12 
43 
8 
5 



Residence. 



Ketch Harbour 

Herring Cove 

Halifax 

Herring Cove 

Duncan's Cove 

Halifax 

Sambro 

Bear Cove 

92, Hammond St., Boston. . 

74, LeMarchant St., Halifax 

Gottingen St., Halifax 

Halifax : 



Amount. 



$ 200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
15 00 
75 00 
15 00 
15 00 
75 00 
15 00 
15 00 
75 00 



Office of Commissioxers of Pilot.s, 

Halifax, N.S., December 31, 1905. 

Return of vessels entered inwards at the Port of Halifax, N.S., from January 1, 1905, to 

December 31, 1905, subject to compulsory pilotage. 

BRITISH. 



Schooners. 


Barges. 


Steamers. 


Tonnage. 


Pilotage. 


92 


4 


606 


998,511 


$14,974 70 



FOREIGN. 



Schooners. 


Barges. 


Barques. 


Steamers. 


Tonnage. 


Pilotage. 


72 


3 


18 


136 


158,174 


$3,786 60 



Return of vessels entered outwards at the Port of Halifax, N.S., from January 1, 1905, to 
December 31, 1905, subject to compulsory pilotage. 

BRITISH 



Schooners. 


Barques. 


Steamers. 


Tonnage. 


Pilotage. 


33 


4 


605 


993,880 


-$83,380 81 



FOREIGN. 



Schooners. 


Barges. 


Barques. 


Steamers. 


Tonnage. 


Pilotage. 


10 




3 


18 


134 


149,255 


$1,878 90 



VICTORIA AND E8QVIMALT PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



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APPENDIX 13 



REPORT OF THE VICTORIA AND ESQUIMALT PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Victoria, B. C, February 5, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — Enclosed please find annual rejjort for the year 19().'5, which I trust is correct and 
satisfactory. 

I am sorry that the report is a few days late, but I have been waiting for the last three 
weeks to have report audited and signed, the last signature being attached to-day. 

I am, sir, 

Yours truly, 

ANGUS B. McNEIL, 

Secretanj-T reasurer. 



Victoria, B.C., February 5, 1906. 
Names of pilots serving under Victoria and Esquimalt pilotage authority. 



Samuel W. Bucknam 56 

Thomas Bebbington 59 

John Newby 56 

John Thompson 57 

William Cox 49 



Rates or dues collected by Victoria and Esquimalt pilotage authority found on pages 
11, 12. 13, 14 of By-laws, 1897 edition. 



ANGUS B. McNEIL, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



I 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Receipts for the year ending December 31, 1905. 





British. 
In and Out. 


Foreign. 
In and Out. 


British. 
— 

Not Spoken. 


Foreign. 
Not Spoken. 


British. 

— 
Licenses. 


Foreign. 

— 
Licenses. 




S cts. 

512 50 
306 75 
397 75 
327 25 
369 75 
259 75 
335 00 
244 50 
422 75 
329 75 
378 75 
435 25 


S cts. 

688 37 
581 00 
623 75 
578 50 
787 75 
747 50 
715 25 
824 25 
672 25 
597 75 
572 50 
588 25 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


S cts. 








100 00 


100 00 






8 00 














12 75 










July 




6 00 




100 00 
100 00 












9 00 
















9 00 










18 00 










4,319 75 


7,977 12 


18 00 


44 75 


100 00 


300 00 



Receipts — 

British $4,437 75 

Foreign 8,321 87 



Expenditure. 



$12,759 62 
12,260 41 



Net surplus ■ $ 499 21 



Audited and found correct, January 31, 1906. 



John G. Cox, 
A. B. Fraser, Sr., 
Willia:m Grant, 
Joshua Kinghajm, 
Harry F. Rilley, 

Commissioners, 



ANGUS B. McNEIL, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



A. B. FRASER, Senior. 



VICTORIA AND E8QUIMALT PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 143 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Expenditure for the year ending December 31, 1905. 





Pilots' 
Earnings. 


Salary. 
Secretary- 
Treasurer. 


Office 
Expenses. 


Kebate. 


Office 
Furniture. 


Mis- 
cellaneous. 


January 


$ cts. 

1,080 78 
798 98 
919 35 
815 18 

1,041 75 
906 53 

1,040 63 
961 88 
985 50 
834 75 
856 13 
921 15 


$ cts. 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 50 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 


$ cts. 

15 00 
15 00 
15 25 
15 00 
35 00 
35 00 
35 00 
35 00 
35 00 
35 00 
35 00 
35 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 








March 


























7 50 










15 00 


5 00 




September 




October 






10 00 






28 75 
9 00 


December 




36 75 






11,162 61 


600 00 


385 80 


15 00 


42 75 


54 25 



Expenditure — 

Pilots earnings 811,162 61 

Salary, secretary-treasurer 600 00 

Office expenses 385 80 

Rebate, Rosalie 15 00 

Furniture 42 75 

Miscellaneous 54 25 



$12,260 41 

ANGUS B. McNEIL, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 

Audited and found correct, January 31, 1906. 

A. B. ERASER, Senior. 

John G. Cox, 
A. B. Eraser, Senior, 
William Grant, 
Joshua Kingham, 
Harry F. Rilley, 

Commissionejs. 



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APPENDIX 14 



REPORT OF THE VANCOUVER PILOTAGE AUTHORITY FOR THE ^-EAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 



The Honourable 

The Minister of Marine, 
Ottawa, Canada. 

Sir, — I have the honour to enclose herewith, statement of accounts and of the affairs 
of the Vancouver Pilotage District, for the year just ended, 1905. 

At a meeting of the Commissioners held to-day, the accounts were audited and signed 
by the Chairman, and I was instructed to forward same to you. 



Vancouver, B.C., January 31, 1906. 



I have the honour to be sir, 

Your obedient sers-ant, 



C. GARDINER JOHNSON, 

Secretary. 



Vaxcoua'er, B.C., January 1, 1906. 



No. of License. 



Name of Pilot. 



Age. 



Service In. 



Remarks. 



1 1st class. 

2 1st class. 

3 1st class. 

4 1st class. 

5 2nd class 



William Ettershank. . 
George W. Robertson. 

H. Robson Jones 

Donald Patterson. . . . 
Joseph R. Reardon. . . 



63 
55 
50 
44 
42 



Licensed to pilot vessels of any size or 
description within the limits of the 
Vancouver Pilotage District. 



Active. 
Active. 
Active. 
Active. 
Active. 



Note.— -Pilotage dues now in force are same as approved by Order in Council, Saturday, the 28th day of 
April, 1894. 



TANOOUVER PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 145 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Inwards. 

16 British sailors $ 542 00 

17 Foreign sailors 393 00 

65 British steamers 3,366 25 

235 Foreign steamers 4,340 91 

$ 8,642 16 

Outwards. 

16 British sailors $ 552 00 

17 Foreign sailors 588 00 

63 British steamers 3,600 75 

235 Foreign steamers .' 4,347 24 



$ 9,087 99 



$ 17,730 15 



Remaining in port on December 31, 1905. — Wilhelmina, $27; Castor, $25; Pingsuey, 
^52.50; Miowera, ^129.50. 

C. GARDINER JOHNSON, 

Secretary, Vancouver Pilotage District. 

Approved, 

Richard Alexander, 

Chairman. 



Receipts. 



Balance in bank, January 5, 1905 $ 415 92 

Pilotage earnings for year 1905 17,730 15 



$ 18,146 07 

Disbursements. 

Paid pilots, January 5, 1905 $ 415 92 

Paid pilots during year 1905 11,802 07 

Office expense account, 1905 1,311 78 

Pilotage expense account, 1905 4,155 09 

Balance in bank 461 21 



$ 18,146 07 



C. GARDINER JOHNSON. 

Secretary, Vancouver Pilotage District. 

Approved, 

Richard Alexander, 

Chairman. 

23—10 



146 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD Vll., A. 1906 
Vancouver, B.C., Januarj' 3, 1906. 

LEDGER BALANCE. 

Assets. 

Bank of Montreal $ 461 21 

Bank of Montreal, savings department $ 653 86 

Interest, 1905 20 00 

License fees, pilot Reardon 20 00 

693 86 

• $1,155 07 

Liabilities. 

Reser^'e fund $ 653 86 

Interest, 1905 20 00 

License fees 20 00 

— $ 693 86 

Pilotage earnings undisbursed 461 21 

$1,155 07 



C. GARDINER JOHNSON, 

Secretary Vancouver Pilotage District. 



Approved, 

Richard Alexander, 

Chairman. 



NANAIMO PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



147 



APPENDIX 15 



REPORT OF THE NANAIMO PILOTAGE AUTHORITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 



Nanaimo, B.C., January 9, 1906. 

The Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa, Ont. 

Sir, — By direction of the Commissioners, I have the honour to enclose you a statement 
of the accounts of the Nanaimo Pilotage Authority for the year ending December 31, 1905. 

I have the honour to be ,sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

TULLY BOYCE. 

Secretary. 



Pilotage Returns for the year ending December 31, 1905. 

LICENSED PILOTS. 

Christenson, James 64 

Butler, James Edgar 45 

Owens, WiUiam David 39 

Yates, Albert Francis 53 

Gosse, Josiah 41 

RATES OF PILOTAGE. 

Half pilotage $ 1 per foot draught. 

Full pilotage 2 , " 

Gulf pilotage 10 per diem. 

Special rates for mail steamers and tugs. 



23—101 



148 



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Full pilotage collected during the year ending December 31, 1905. 



xsriiisn. 


r oreign. 


1 oiai. 


CIS, 


O CIS. 


<P CIS. 


433 00 


747 00 


1,180 00 


196 00 


625 00 


821 00 


84 00 


836 00 


920 00 


98 00 


725 00 


813 00 


183 00 


544 00 


727 00 


43 00 


364 00 


407 00 


392 00 


573 00 


965 00 


561 00 


191 00 


752 00 


442 00 


572 00 


1,014 00 


456 00 


410 00 


866 00 


521 00 


682 00 


1,203 00 


573 00 


901 00 


1,474 00 


3,982 00 


7,160 00 


11,142 00 



January . . . 
February. . 
March. . . . 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . . 
November 
December. 



Half pilotage collected during the year ending December 31, 1905. 



January. . . 
February. . 
March .... 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . . 
November, 
December. 



British. 



Foreign. 



58 00 


308 


00 


366 00 


76 00 


219 


60 


295 50 


76 00 


120 


00 


196 00 


147 50 


202 


50 


350 00 


76 00 


215 


50 


291 50 


109 00 


282 


50 


391 50 


76 00 


135 


00 


211 00 


57 00 


290 


50 


347 50 


38 00 


129 


00 


167 00 


60 00 


201 


00 


261 00 


118 00 


154 


50 


272 50 


153 00 


173 


00 


326 00 


1,044 50 


2,431 


00 


3,475 50 



Total. 



Receipts and Expenditure from January 1 to December 31, 1905. 



By Salary, secretary and treasurer. . . . 

Rent, janitor, fuel, light, &c 

Printing, postage and stationery. . 

Furniture and repairs 

Commission to collectors 

Pilot station expenses 

Travelling and personal expenses. 
Net earnings % 



$ cts. 

600 00 
220 90 
57 75 
9 00 
382 45 
1,262 77 
2,400 00 
9,684 63 



14,617 50 



To pilotage dues collected for twelve 
months, as per statement 



$ cts. 



14,617 50 



14 



50 



Approved, 

Thomas A. Connell, 
Harry B. Shaw, 
Richard Gibson. 

Comviissioners. 



J. S. KNARSTON, 

Cfiairman. 

TULLY BOYCE, 

Secretary. 



PTCTOU PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 



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APPENDIX 16 



REPORT OP THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF PICTOU, N.S., FOR THE 

YEAR 1905. 



PiCTOu, N.S., March 1, 1906. 



F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 



1905. 



Sir, — Inclosed please find pilotage returns for the port of Pictou for the season ending 



I am, sir. 
Your obedient servant. 



DODD DWYER, 

Secretary. 



Total, amount received tor Pilotage dues, 1905. 



Received from steamships. . 

sailing ships. 



Received from British ships. . 
" Foreign ships. 



$ cts. 



1,630 42 
154 00 



263 02 
1,521 40 



$ cts. 



1,784 42 
1,784 42 



Certified. 



A. B. BELANGER, ^ 

Master, SS. Campana. 



Earnings of Pilots for 1905. 



No. 



Name. 

Wm. A. Cooke 

Chas. Cooke 

Geo. W. Powell 

Angus Smith 

McGregor Fraser 

William Fraser 



Age. 



$ cts. 



67 


92 


50 


57 


828 


00 


54 


137 


52 


48 


575 


44 


37 


138 


96 


27 


12 


00 




1,784 


42 



150 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Receipts and Expenditures of all moneys received on behaK of Pilotage Authority. 



Receipts. 

Received from pilotage as per statement. 

Received from A. B. Belanger 

Received from 7 pilot bonds 

Balance due secretary 

Expenditure. 

Paid pilotage to pilots 

Paid secretary's salary 

Balance due secretary, 1904 



$ ets. 

1,822 92 : 
40 00 
7 00 
297 00 



1,784 42 
200 00 
182 50 



S cts. 



2,166 92 



2,166 92 



DODD DWYER, 

Secretary. 



H. McKENZIE, 
WILLIAM ERASER, 
JOHN R. DAVIS, 
JOSEPH FOSTER. 



/ 



SYDNEY PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 



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APPENDIX 17 



REPORT OF PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF SYDNEY, C.B., YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

F. GOTJRDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — Herewith please find returns in connection with pilotage authority, district of 
Sydney, year ending December 31, 1905. 

Trusting the returns may be found correct. 

I am, sir. 

Your obedient servant, 

W. A. RICHARDSON, 

Secretary. 

. STATEMENT OF RELIEF. 



Name. 



Maurice Doyle 

Isabelle MacGillivary. . 
Catherine MacGillivary 

Margaret Petrie 

Mary Petrie 

Widow Daley. 

Widow Maclnnis 

Pilot Wm. Ratchford. . 
Pilot George Townsend 



Amount. 



30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
50 00 
50 00 



310 00 



Names of Pilots and Earnings for the Year 1905. 



No. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



Name. 



John Cann 

John Mullins 

Lawrence C9nnell 

Lawrence Ling 

James B. MacGillivary. 
John B. MacGillivary. . 

James H. Carroll 

John Carroll . 

! Andrew Ratchford 

j Thomas Ratchford 

Thomas MacNeiJ 

! John McNeil 

John T. Laffin 

D. D. Petrie 

Bernard Mullins 

William Brown 

Joseph Brown 

Vincent McGillivary. . . 
Michael Curreij 

E. D. Cann 

Thomas Rudderham. . . 



Amount 
paid. 



$ cts. 



818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 
818 



04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 



No. 



22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



Name. 



Thomas Roberts." 

John Fraser 

James Fraser 

James Shannahan 

William Langille 

George B. Brown 

D. A. Mclnnis 

Edmund Petrie 

John Mahon 

Apprentices. 

Thomas Burke 

Louis Carroll 

Herbert Ratchford 

George Spencer 

John Boutilier 



Amoimt 
paid. 



$ cts. 

818 04 
818 04 
818 04 
818 04 
818 04 
818 04 
818 04 
818 04 
818 04 



24,541 00 



409 02 
409 02 
409 02 
409 02 
409 20 



2,045 28 



152 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Total, Shipping Year 1905. 



NORTH SYDNEY. 



Class. 


Tons. 


Amount. 




74,333 
120,808 
6,674 
5,835 
7,140 


$ cts. 

1,573 80 
3,836 00 
276 00 
264 50 
130 00 












214,790 


6,080 30 


INTERNATIONAL PIER. 


Class. 


Tons. 


Amount. 




215,079 
263,295 
380 
143 


$ cts. 

5,657 00 
9,501 00 

7 00 
10 50 

4 50 








Relief 






578,897 


15,180 00 


SYDNEY. 


Class. 


Tons. 


Amount. 




112,783 
189,918 
2,867 
383 
703 


$ cts. 

1,949 00 
4,798 00 
95 00 
18 00 
17 00 












306,656 


6,877 00 



RECAPITULATION. 



Class. 



Tons. 



North Sydney 

International Pier 

Sydney 



214,790 
578,897 
306,665 



28,137 80 



8TDNEY PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

White Flag Steamers, Licensed 1905. 



153 



Name. 




Cape Breton 
Louisburg. . 
Coconna. . . . 
Bonovista. . 

Coban 

Harlaw 

Restigouche. 

Wasis 

Woban 

Polino 



Steamer. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

1,000 00 



Statement of Receipts and Expenditures. 



Receipts. 

Pilotage 

White flag licenses 

Pilot licenses 

Boat licenses 



$ cts. 

28,137 50 

1,000 00 

111 50 

26 00 



29,274 00 



Expenditures. 

Paid pilots 

apprentices 

relief 

three collectors, secretary and treas 

" commissioners 

" office rent 

" telephone 

" printing 

" sundry expenses 

" over expenditure, 1904 

Balance on hand December 31, 1905... . 



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APPENDIX 19 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF ARICHAT, C.B., FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Arichat, C.B., January 2, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Lt.-Col. 

Deputy Minister Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — Please find my report for the pilotage district of the county of Richmond for 
1905, which is not much. The sailing vessels are getting off this part of the province and 
steamers are taking the place of sailing vessels, so that our pilots are not so much employed 
by steamers. 

John Gayetch, pilot No. 5, piloted the Norwegian barque Daphne, 898 tons •,British 
barque Galburga, 1,350 tons. 

Albert Bouchey, pilot No. 7, piloted the British schooner Silver Leaf, 283 tons; British 
brig St. Croix, 653 tons. 

Yours truly, 

ISIDORE LE BLANC, 

Secretary, Pilotage Commission. 



APPENDIX 20 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF PARRSBORO, N.S., FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING December 31, 1905. 



3 British vessels paid $108 37 

5 foreign vessels paid 186 00 



• $ 294 37 



Paid pilot Robert Anderson $ 272 77 

Office contingencies 15 00 

Secretary, for salarj' 6 60 



' $ 294 37 

Pilot James George died during the year. No change in rates since last year. 

E. GILLESPIE, 

Secretary, Parrshoro Pilotage Authority. 



PUaWASH PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



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APPENDIX 21 



REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF PUGWASH FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905 . 

To the Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I beg to report on behalf of the commissioners of pilots for the ports of Pugwash 
and Port Philip for the year ending December 31 1905, as follpws: — 



No. 



Names of Pilots, 

Neil McHiver 

George Cooper 

John Seaman 

Alfred Seaman 



Age. 



46 
54 
71 
27 



No. 



Names of Pilots 

Clarence Reid 

George Heather 

Andrew Seaman 

George Tuttle King 



Age. 



52 
61 
63 
26 



Names of Ships Carrying Lumber for Export. 



Name of Ships. 



Nationality. 



Barque Aledia 

Barque Undal 

SS. Glitra (inward).. 

SS Mantinea 

SS. Glitra (outward). 



Norwegian. 



British. . . . 
Norwegian. 



Paid for extra moving and mooring: — • 

Andrew Seaman 

John Seaman 

Alfred Seaman 



Paid for piloting schooners: . . 

Andrew Seaman 

George Tuttle King. . . 

Neil McHiver 

Alfred Seaman 



5 00 
5 00 
5 00 



5 00 
15 00 

5 00 
50 70 



Total amount of pilotage received by pilots 
employed in this port 



Tonnage. 



1,065 
1,096 
1,426 
1,737 



5,324 



Pilotage. 



? 42 92 
44 27 
31 65 
73 16 
27 52 



219 52 



15 00 



77 70 



312 22 



Pilot in Charge. 



Andrew Seaman. 
John Seaman. 

Alfred Seaman. 
Neil McHiver. 



This amount has been earned and paid to the pilots so employed. Many schooners 
enter this port that do not employ a pilot. No accident has happened to any vessels during 
the season of 1905. There is no pilot fund in the district. The above report is most respect- 
fully submitted. 

I am, sir, your most obedient servant, 

ELIAS KING, 

Secretary of Commissioners of Pilots. 



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APPENDIX 22 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF BUCTOUCHE, N.B., FOR 

THE YEAR 1905. 

BucToucHE, N.B., January 29, 1905. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I herewith transmit pilotage returns for the pilotage district of Buctouche for the 
year 1905. 

Though a httle later than usual I hope they wiU reach in good time. 
Permit me to add, in accordance with the general public expression of the same, my 
sense of the loss to the country in the death of the late head of your department. 

Yours very truly, 

JOHN C. ROSS, 
Secretary, Buctouche Pilotage Authority. 



Pilotage Returns, district of Buctouche, province of New Brunswick, for the year 1905. 

Act 36 Vict., cap. 54, sec. 24. 

1. Names and ages of pilots hcensed: — Joseph Grossman, age 54 years; Joseph Belleisle, 
age 49 years. 

2. The above pilots are licensed to undertake the pilotage of .yessels of every descrip- 
tion within and throughout the pilotage district of Buctouche. 

3. Pilotage dues are charged as per rules and regulations for the district, viz.: One 
dollar and fifty cents per foot draught of water, both inward and outward bound. 

4. Total amount of pilotage dues collected during year, $154. Of this amount, $109.25 
was paid by three sailing vessels (foreign), $36.75 by one steam barge (foreign) and $8 by 
two schooners (British). 

5. The pilotage dues, as above, were paid to the pilots who performed their duties as 
such to the respective vessels. 

6. No new licenses were issued during the year nor any expenses incurred by the pilotage 
authority. 

JOHN C. ROSS, 

Secretary, Budouxihe Pilotage Auihority. 

Buctouche, N.B., January 29, 1906. 



NEW WESTMINi^TER, PILOTAGE AUTHORITY 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



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APPENDIX 23 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

New Westminster, B.C., January 10, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I beg to submit to you herewith the report of the pilotage authority, district of 
New Westminster, for the year ending December 31, 1905. 



Yours respectfully, 



F. P. MAXWELL, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 



Office of the New Westminster Pilot Board, 

New Westminster, January 10, 1906. 

F. Gourdeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 



The pilotage authority of the port of New Westminster, B.C., herewith beg to submit 
the following report for the year ending December 31, 1905. 

No regular pilot has as yet been appointed by the commissioners, but they have at the 
present time some applications under consideration. Whenever the services of a pilot 
was required they authorized a competent man for the service, and to that end W. S. Wooster 
and J. W. Rogers were authorized to perform the service. 
No. of vessels reported liable to pay pilotage — 

British sailing- vessels 1 inwards. 

Foreign steam vessels 3 " 3 outward. 

4 3 

Nationality of vessels reported — 

British 1 

American 3 



4 



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Amount of pilotage received for sendees during the year — 

From American tug $ 21 50 

" 15 00 

" 24 00 

Total $ 60 50 

The proper amounts was duly paid to the above authorized pilots. 
The rates of pilotage for the New Westminster district are as follows: — 

For vessels under sail $ 4 00 per foot. 

in tow of a steamer : 2 00 

" under steam 1 50 " 



Respectfully Submitted, 



F. P. MAXWELL, 

Secretary-Treasurer. 



\ 



APPENDIX 24 



KEPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF RICHIBUCTO, N.B., FOR 

THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Rexton, N.B., November 30, 190.5. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — We herewith send you annual report of commissioners for the port of Richi- 
tucto, N.B., ending November 30, 1905. 

The annual meeting of commissioners and pilots of this port was held in W. J. Brait's 
■office, Rexton, N.B., March 30, 1905. Commissioners present, W. J. Brait, John Jardine 
and James Gordon. Pilots present, William Irving and John A. Curwen 

Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Also report of Edward Walker's death 
and the appointment of his son, John D. Walker, his successor to commissioner of pilots. 

The following pilots were appointed for the year 1905: — William Irving, No. 1; James 
W. Long, No. 2; William H. Long, No. 3; Albert A. Long, No, 4; John A. Curwen, No. 5, 
and George H Long, No. 6. 

Thirteen vessels, 3,820 tons registered, loaded and sailed foreign this season. One 
hundred and forty schooners, about 10,000 registered, loaded and sailed to home ports and 
United States. Depth of water on bars, 13 feet at spring tides. 

No casualties to report. 

Sorry to report death of William Irving, No. 1 . November 5 1905, also William Hudson 
commissioner, died November 28, 1905. 

Yours respectfully, 



JAMES GORDON, 

Secretary of Commission. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



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APPENDIX 25 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF CARAQUET, N.B., FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Caraquet, N.B., December 27, 1905. 

The Honourable^ 

The Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I beg to inclose herewith statement of pilotage paid during year 1905 in the 
pilotage district of Caraquet, also statement of account of the pilot commissioners with 
myself as secretary. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

PHILIP RIVE, 
Pilot Commissioner and Secretary to Pilot Commission. 



Statement of Pilotage paid during year 1905 in the Pilotage District of Caraquet. 



Vessel. 


Nationality. 


Ton- 
nage. 


1 

Date 
of 

Arrival. 


Name of Pilot 
Inwards. 


Date 
of 
Sailing. 


Name of Pilot 
Outwards. 


Amount 
of 

Pilotage. 


Drusei 


British 


99 
99 
147 
99 


Aug. 15. 
Sept. 22. 
Oct. 8 
Oct. 15. 
Nov. 5. 


No pilot 


Aug. 18. 
Oct. 23. 
Nov. 30. 
Oct. 15. 
Nov. 22. 




$ cts. 


Maud 




Chs. Vibert. . . . 
Chs. Vibert. . . . 
Chs. Vibert. . . . 
Ls. Gauvin 


Chs. Vibert. . . . 
Chs. Vibert. . . . 


19 80 
23 00 
23 00 
17 60 






Alliance 








Chs. Vibert. . . . 










83 40 



Statement of account of Philip Rive, Secretary, to Pilot Commissioners. 



Dr. 



Xavier Poulain, boat license.. 
Jos. Ed. LeBoat, boat license. 
Jos. Chiasson, boat license.. . . 
Larose Gauvin.., boat license. 
Alex. J. Wilson, boat license. . 
Chs. Vibert, boat license 



23—11 



1905. 
S cts. 



Or. 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



6 00 



By postage and stationery, 
salary 



$ cts. 

1 00 
5 00 



6 00 



PHILIP RIVE, 

Pilot Coviviissioner and Secretary to Pilot Commission. 



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APPENDIX 26 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF ST. ANDREWS, N.B., FOR 
THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

F. GouEDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries,^ 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — Received your letter about the report of pilotage. I sent in' my report at the end 
of the year. Perhaps it has gone astray. 

The pilotage dues paid for the year ending December 31, 1905, is as follows: — 

Bovd $ 224 50 

Cline 314 40 



$ 538 90 

Yours truly, 

marshAl stinson. 



APPENDIX 27 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF MIRAmCHI, N.B., FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Newcastle, Miramichi, N.B., January 3, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to hand you herewith the pilotage returns for the district of 
Miramichi, N.B., for the year ending December 31, 1905. 

I am, sir, your obedient sen'ant, 

BYRON N. CALL, 

Secretary-Treasurer to Pilot Commissioners. 



MIRAMIOHI ri LOT AGE AUTHORITY 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



163 



Pilotage Returns for the Pilotage District of Miramichi, N.B., year ending December 31, 

1905. 



Class of Vessel, 



Number. 



Total. 



Vessels reported inwards — 

British steamers 

" sailing vessels. . 

Foreign steamers 

" sailing vessels. 

Vessels reported outwards — 

British steamers 

" sailing vessels. . 

Foreign steamers 

" sailing vessels. 

Vessels removed — 

British steamers 

" sailing vessels. . 

Foreign steamers 

" sailing vessels. 



33 
26 
15 
32 



33 
23 
15 
32 



17 
1 

6 
13 



106 



103 



37 



BYRON N. CALL, 

Secretary -Treasurer of Pilotage Commissioners 



Pilotage Returns for the Pilotage District of Miramichi, N.B., year ending December 31 

1905. 



Class of VeFBsl. 



Total amount of pilotage inwards. . . — 

British steamers 

sailing vessels 

Foreign steamers 

" sailing vessels 

Total amount of pilotage outwards — 

British steamers 

" _ sailing vessels 

Foreign steamers 

" sailing vessels 

Total amoimt of removals — 

British steamers 

" sailing vessels 

Foreign steamers 

" sailing vessels 



Amount. 



cts. 



1,900 87 
539 01 
762 08 
922 56 



2.158 52 
580 50 
743 56 

1.159 50 



117 00 
12 00 
44 00 

124 00 



Amoimt. 



$ cts. 



4,124 52 



4,642 08 



297 00 



9,063 60 



23—111 



BYRON N. CALL, 

Secretary-Treasurer 'o Pilotage Commissioners. 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



Rates of Pilotage chargeable at Miramichi, N.B., on all vessels, British and Foreign, 

year ending December 31, 1905. 



When inward bound • 

And in addition to the above for all vessels propelled wholly or in part by steam 

When outward bound • 

And in addition to the above for all vessels propelled wholly or in part by steam 

For the removal and mooring of vessels of over 300 tons 

And where the distance of removal exceeds four miles, fifty per cent additional on the 

above rate. -l -l ■> 

Removals within a distance of one mile are not compulsory, but when pilots are requested 

by masters to perform this service the charge is 

Steam tug boats towing one or more coal barges with cargo inwards may depart outwards 

after having paid full pilotage for the tug and barges inwards, without paying any 

outward pilotage except on the tug. 



S2 . 25 per foot. 
2c. per reg. ton. 
$2 per foot. 
2c. per reg. ton. 



Nationalities of Vessels piloted Inwards dur ng the year 1905. 



No. 

American 1 

British 59 

German 1 

Italian ' 1 



No. 

Norwegian 38 

Russian 2 

Swedish 4 

106 



BYRON N CALL, 
Secretary-Treasurer o Pilo age Commissioners. 



Pilotage Returns for the Pilotage District of Miramichi N.B., year ending December 31 > 

1905. 




2 

6 
7 
10 
11 
22 
26 
27 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
35 
36 
37 
38 
41 
42 
43 
44 



Louis Jimmo 

Francis Martin. . . 
Maxime Martin. . . 

Alex. Wilson 

Robt. J. Walls. . . 
Wm. Walls, sr. . . , 
Jno. McCallum. . . 
James Nowlan. . . - 

George Sutton 

Jas. A. Nowlan. . . 
George T. Tait. . . 
Joseph Jimmo. . . . 
Jas. McCallum. . . , 

John Martin 

Asa Walls 

Wm. Walls, jr. . . . 

John Nowlan 

Michael J. Jimmo 
George M. Nolan. 
Chris. C. McLean. 
George Savoy. . . . 



Full license. 



List of Pilot Boats Licensed. 



No. 


Name. 


Tonnage. 


Name of Captain. 


First 
Licensed. 


15 
16 
17 




20.85 
30.95 
22 00 




May, 1879. 
" 1897. 
. " 1900. 








George Savoy 







BYRON N. CALL, 
Secretary-Treasurer to Pilotage Commissioners. 



MI RAM ICR I PILOTAGE AUTHORITT 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

The Miramichi Pilots, in account with B. N. Call, Secretary-Treasurer. 



165 



1905. 


June 


17 


" 


17 




17 


" 


17 


it 


17 


July 


18 




18 




18 




18 




18. 




18. 




18. 


Aug. 


18. 


18. 




18. 


" 


18. 


Sept. 


18. 


(t 


18. 


ti 


18. 




18. 


Oct. 


18. 


" 


18. 


It 


18. 


" 


18. 


" 


18. 




18. 


" 


18. 




18. 


Nov. 


18. 




18. 




18. 


1 1 


18. 




18. 


*' 


18. 


'* 


27. 


1 1 


27. 


1 1 


27. 


i 1 


27. 




27. 


4 ( 


27. 


Dec. 


5. 




5. 


4 4 


5. 


t 4 


5. 


i« 


6. 


*4 


6. 


44 


6. 




6. 


H 


6. 



Dr. 

To paid W. S. Loggie Co., account sch. Senator Snowball 

W. S. Loggie Co., account sch. Princess Louise 

Geo. Stothart, account sch. Princess Louise 

J. B. Snowball Co., account sch. Princess Louise 

J. B. Snowball Co., account sch. Senator Siiowball 

James Curran, labour account, sch. Senator Snowball 

Patrick Coleman, labour account, ach. Senator Snowball 

Asa Walls, mast for sch. Princess Louise 

Asa Walls, fitting out sch. Princess Louise. 

J. B. Snowball Co., spar for sch. Princess Louise 

Jas. A. Nowlan, fitting out sch. Senator Snowball 

Jno. McDonald & Co., lumber for sch. Senator Snowball 

J. J. Yorston, Pictou, N.S., repairing and painting sch. Senator Snowball 

Asa Walls, boat for sch. Princess Louise 

Miramichi Steam Navigation Co., fares .• • • ; 

Mrs. Annie Walls, share of the late Dudley P. Walls in pilot schooners 

W. S. Loggie Co., account sch. Princess Louise 

W. S. Loggie Co., account sch. Senator Snowball 

Chas. Shields, on account scli. Princess Louise 

Miller's Foundry Co., account sch. Princess Louise 

Edward Burke, account sch. Senator Snowball 

Edward Burke, account sch. Princess Louise 

Estate late James P. Searle, rent of the pilots' oflSce to April 1, 1906 

Miramichi Steam Navigation Co., fares 

Chas. Shields, account sch. Senator Snowball 

Wm. Richards & Co., account sch. Senator Snowball 

C. A. Gunn, account sch. Princess Louise 

Alexander Martin, pension for 1905 

A. C. McLean, account sch. Princess Louise 

A. C. McLean, account sch. Senator Snowball. 

J. B. Snowball Co., account sch. Priricess Louise 

J. B. Snowball Co., account sch. Senator Snowball 

W. S. Loggie Co., account sch. Senator Snowball 

W. S. Loggie Co., account sch. Princess Louise 

R. J. Walls, cleaning pilots' office, horse-hire, &c 

Asa Walls, barometer for sch. Princess Louise 

A. & R. Loggie, rent of warehouse to November 1, 1905 

E. Johnston, stationery for pilots' office 

Owners tug St. Nicholas, towage 

Owners tug Mascot, towage 

Anslow Bros., printing 

Secretary-Treasurer, postage and stationery, &c 

B. N. Call, secretary-treasurer, commission on $9,611.10 collected at 3 per cent, 

Telegrams to and from pilots Nolan and McLean 

Seventeen pilots, $6,985.14, and four pilots, $1,711.12 

Cr. 

By amount of pilotage inwards $ 4,124 52 

outwards 4,642 08 

removals 297 00 

" earnings outside 547 50 



$ cts. 

12 84 
11 09 
22 84 

2 77 
15 44 

4 00 

3 00 
27 00 
40 00 

13 50 
43 00 

3 94 

18 12 

13 50 

3 75 
127 58 

6 54 

5 21 

4 00 
10 00 

5 30 
1 45 

20 00 

3 75 

1 50 

4 54 

3 15 
75 00 

4 79 
17 00 

6 20 
4 77 

7 90 
13 37 

6 00 

8 00 
10 00 

2 50 
15 00 
20 00 

3 50 
3 65 

288 33 
1 02 
8,696 26 



9,611 10 



9,611 10 



BYRON N. CALL, 

Secretary-Treasurer to Pilotage Commissioners. 

John C. Miller, 

Ghairm'On. 



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APPENDIX 28 

m ■ 

REPORT OF THE PILOTAGE AUTHORITY OF RESTIGOUCHE, N.B., FOR 
THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Campbellton, N.B., March 5, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

3iR, — I beg to inclose the report of the pilotage commissioners for the district of Resti- 
gouche for the season ending December 31, 1905. 

I also beg to inform you that Mr. William Currie has been appointed chairman of the 
commissioners. 

I have the honour to remain, sir, your obedient servant, 

FRANK S. BLAIR, 

Secretary-Treasurer. 



DALHOUSIE. 



Pilots. 


Tons. 


Amount 


due. 


Commission. 






$ cts. 


S 


cts. 


i cts. 






3,713 


171 


50 








2,179 


63 


00 




VA V.HliirPr 




998 


20 00 






7.021 


216 


50 




Robt. McNeil 




2,975 


167 


00 








2,245 


117 


46 






21,638 


755 


46 


22 71 


• 


RIVER LOUSION, N.B. 














1,305 


73 


00 








1.109 


40 


00 








2,396 


134 


75 








147 


19 


GO 








1,512 


60 


50 




Total vessels (9) 


6,469 


327 


25 


9 81 


CAMPBELLTON. 






19,180 


1,251 


39 








10,057 


682 


35 








2,199 


185 


04 








3,333 


256 


50 








168 


29 


50 














34,937 


2,404 78 


72 14 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

* RECAPITULATION. 



Port. 


No, of 


Total 


Total 


Commission. 


Net. 




Ships. 


Tonnage. 


Dues. 








$ cts. 


% cts. 


% cts. 




24 


21,638 


765 46 


22 77 


732 69 




9 


6,469 


327 25 


9 81 


317 44 




45 


34,937 


2,404 78 


72 14 


2,332 64 




78 


63,044 


3,487 49 


104 72 


3.382 77 



Individual Earnings of Pilots. 



Age. 



40 
31 
49 
26 
64 
38 
29 



Pilots. 



Ed. Esliger. . . 
N. Neilson. . • . 
Jos. Esliger. . . 
John McNeill. 
Robt. McNeiU. 
Wm. Donahue 
D. C. MoNeUl. 



Gross 
Amount. 



S cts. 

49 60 
1,507 89 
177 96 
765 35 
301 75 
447 00 
248 04 



3,487 49 



Commission. 



I cts. 

1 48 
46 24 

5 34 
22 66 

9 15 
13 41 

7 44 



104 72 



Nett 
Amount. 



$ cts. 

48 02 
1,462 65 
172 62 
732 69 
292 60 
433 59 
240 60 



3,382 77 



Wm. Currie, 

Chairman. 

Campbellton, N.B., December 31, 1905. 



FRANK S. BLAIR, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



168 MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD Vll., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 29 

REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT MONTREAL FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Montreal, January 5, 1906. 

To the Honourable 

The Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the council of this board and in compliance 
with section 31 of the Act governing the port wa,rden's office, 45 Vic, chap. 45, to transmit 
herewith documents as follows: — 

1. Port warden's annual report for the year 1905. 

2. Audited statement of receipts and expenditures of the port warden's office for the 
year ending December 31, 1905. 

3. Statement of investments of port warden's surplus funds. 

I have the honour to be, sir. 

Your obedient servant, 

GEO. HADRILL, 

Secretary. 



Montreal, December 30, 1905. 

To the President and Council 

of the Board of Trade, Montreal. 

Gentlemen,— I have the honour to submit the annual report of the business of this 
oflBce, with the statements of exports, receipts and expenditures for the year 1905. 

Navigation opened by the arrival of the ss. Campana and Gaspesian on April 23. 

The first ocean vessel to arrive was the Allan line ss. Ionian, from Liverpool, at 8.15 a.m. 
on May 2. 

A number of steamships have arrived in this port during the night this season, thus 
taking advantage of the gas buoys in the river, which are becoming more and more 
serviceable. 

The first sailing vessel to arrive was the three-masted schooner Palma on June 4 from 
St. John, Antigua, with a cargo of molasses. 

The ss. Mongolian was the first vessel to enter the Gulf of St. Lawrence by the Strait 
of Belle Isle this season. She passed in at 4.40 a.m., July 1, and reported having passed 
a number of icebergs. 

The last ocean vessel to sail hence this season was the ss. Lake Michigan for London 
and Antwerp, which left the port at 7.30 a.m., November 30, completing her loading at 
Quebec. 

A notable event this season was the opening of a direct steamship service to the West 
Indies and Mexico, which was inaugurated on July 21 by the sailing of the ss. Angola for 
Nassau, Havana and Mexican ports, followed by the ss. Dahomey. This service and that 
to South Africa have been maintained at more or less regular intervals during the season. 



MONTREAL PORT WARDEN 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

The turbine engine, as a regular means of propelling ocean steamships, was this year 
introduced for the first time on the Atlantic by Messrs. H. & A. Allan on their steamships 
Victorian and Virginian to this port. 

There have been several mishaps in the river this season, the most serious being the 
grounding between Montreal and Quebec of the steamship Victorian, and the stranding 
below Quebec of the steamship Virginian of the Leyland line, and the steamship Bavarian of 
the Allan line. 

Three hundred and seventy-eight oversea or foreign-going vessels of all kinds were 
entered at this office with a tonnage of 1,303,490 tons, against 365 vessels of 1,218,368 tons, 
an increase of 13 vessels and 85,122 tons compared with last season. 

The business of the lower ports this season consisted of: Entered, 372 vessels of all 
classes with a tonnage of 572,401 tons, against 366 vessels of 573,843 tons, an increase of 
six vessels, and a decrease of 1,442 tons. 

The total importation of coal this season to the St. Lawrence only exceeds that of last 
year by 3,635 tons, the figures being for 1904, 1,445,145 tons; 1905, 1,448,780 tons. 

The shipments of various kinds for the past season manifested and reported at this 
oflBce are as per attached statement. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

ARCHIBALD REID, 

PoH Warden. 



(^OMPARATivE Statement of Shipments, 1904 and 1905, as per manifests reported at the 

Port Warden's Office. 



Description. 



Wheat Bush. 

Buckwheat 

Pease " 

Barley 

Rye " 

Oats 

Corn " 

Flaxseed " 



Total. 



1904. 



Total increase for the year 1905. 



Flour and meal Brls. 

Ashes 

Apples 

Cheese Boxes, 

Butter Pkges, 

Eggs ". 

Boxmeats " 

Lard - " ' ' 

Dead meats. 
Pulp. 



Paper. . . . 
Sundries. 
Hay. 



Qrrs. 
Tons. 



Oilcake " 

Minerals " 

Dried grains ' " 

Lumber, ft jjiyj 

Cattle . Head. 

Horses 

Sheep . . 



7,637,540 
115,259 
221,754 
816,864 
4.641 
1,209,348 
3,592,535 



13,597,941 



941,282 
765 
356,444 
2,103,267 
489,830 
81,316 
303,924 
331,763 
382 
3,833 
7,271 
52,749 
39,388 
18,739 
12,451 
55 

146,272,952 
109,604 
312 
47,036 



1905. 



10,320,211 
66,965 
69,563 
2,318,584 
121,021 
2,706,194 
5,893,185 
269,453 



21,765,176 



684,255 
827 
545,420 
2,113,832 
554,178 
1 78, 564 
425,298 
589,616 



11,297 
18,052 
72,536 
37452 
13,498 
22,376 
112 

148,649,976 
118,167 
678 
20,902 



1905. 



Increase. 



2,682,671 



1,501,720 
116,380 
1,496,846 
2,300,650 
269,453 



8,367,720 
200,485 



8,167,235 



62 

188,976 
10,565 
64,348 



121,374 
i 257,853 



7,464 
10,781 
19,787 




Decrease. 



48,294 
1.52,191 



200,485 

257,027 

2,752 
382 



2,236 
5,241 



26,134 



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Statement of Oversea or Foreign-going Vessels. 



Description. 


1904. 


1905. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 




357 
4 
4 


1.215,384 
1,462 
1,522 


373 
4 
1 


1,300,291 
2,950 
249 






Totals 


365 


1,218,368 


378 


1,303,490 




Increase of 13 vessels and 85,122 tons. 

Statement of Lower Port Arrivals. 




354 
12 


571,617 
2,226 


351 
21 


570,297 
2,104 






366 


573,843 


372 


672,401 




Increase of 6 vessels and decrease of 1,442 tons. 

Cle.\eances for Lower Ports. 




83 
10 


72,357 
919 


80 
20 


62,208 
2,039 




Totals 


93 


73,276 


100 


64,247 





Increase of 7 vessels and decrease of 9,029 tons. 

Revenue, 1905 S 13,163 89 

1904 10,864 06 



Increase S 2,299 83 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Statement of the Investments of the Surplus Funds of the Port Warden's Office at Montreal^ 
and of interest accruing therefrom during the year ended December 31, 1905. 



Date. 



Feb. 


10, 1880 


Aug. 


16, 1880 


Feb. 


18, 1884 


Mar. 


14, 1887 


Oct. 


27, 1904 


Jan. 


5, 1906 



Expended S2,380. 34 in purchase of Dominion Govern- 
ment stock 

Expended S7,284.11 in purchase of city of Montreal 
registered stock 

Expended $5,031.34 in purchase of city of Montreal 
registered stock Coupon bonds Nos. 1720, 1721, 
1722, 1723, 1724 for SI, 000 each) 

Expended S10,320.75 in purchase of city of Montreal 
consolidated fund stock 

Loans to Montreal Board of Trade building fund to 
date 

Expended $10,000 in purchase of Montreal harbour 
debentures (series H coupon bonds Nos. 393 394, 
395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 401, 402, for $1,000 
each ) 

Total investments 



Amount. 



$ cts, 

2,300 00 
7,000 00 

5,000 00 
10,000 00 
70,000 00 

10,000 00 



104,300 00 



Per cent 

for 
12 mos. 



3i 
5 

4 
4 
4 



Interest. 



$ cts. 

80 50 
350 00 

200 00 
400 00 
2,800 00 



3,830 50 



Montreal, January 5, 1906. 



JAMES THOM, 
Treasurer, Montreal Board of Trade. 

GEO. HADRILL, 

Secretary, Montreal Board of Trade. 



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APPENDIX 30 



REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT QUEBEC FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Quebec, December 14, 1905. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — As is usual at the close of the season, I send you a return of the business transacted 
in the port warden's office during the .season just closed. It shows the receipts and disburse- 
ments to have been as follows, viz.: — 

Receipts from all sources $ 849 50 

Disbursements, rent, salary, &c 500 00 

Balance, total net receipts $ 349 50 

I also inclose report on cattle and horses shipped at Quebec, on which no fees were 
charged, as per instructions. 

Only four steamers took 1,879 head of cattle and two horses at Quebec during the 
season. 

The business done in this office during the season just closed has not been as satisfac- 
tory as some former years, but we hope for better times. 
With much respect. 

I am your obedient servant, 

W. SIMONS, 

Port Warden. 



Port Warden's Office, 

101 St. Peter Street, 

Quebec, December 14, 1905. 

F. GoURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — As requested by the 30th section of the port wardens' rules, I beg respectfully 
to submit the following annual statement of the business transacted in this office during 
the year ending December 31, 1905, as follows: — 

Eighty-two steamers were surveyed for clearance outwards after taking part cargo 
on board at this port, having previously shipped part cargo of grain and other goods at 
Montreal. 

Tbirty-six steamers and three sailing vessels were surveyed . their hatches opened and 
cargo examined on their arrival from sea. 



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Sixteen steamers and one schooner were surveyed on account of grounding and strand- 
ing in the River St. Lawrence below and above Quebec, including the ss. Bavarian, now 
on the Wye Rock, St. Thomas. 

Five steamers, one whale-back barge, one ba:rge and one schooner were surveyed on 
account of collision damage. 

Four steamers were surveyed and their value estimated for general average purpose. 

Seven surveys were held oh damaged goods in store and on wharves. 

Receipts and disbursements of this office are as follows: — 

Receipts from all sources $ 849 50 

Expenses 500 00 

Balance, net receipts $ 349 50 

Besides the above, there were several vessels damaged by stranding and otherwise^ 
that did not come under the port warden's rules. 

Four steamers took Uve stock at Quebec during the season, amounting in all to 1,879 
cattle and 2 horses, on which, if fees had been collected as in former years, would have 
amounted to $28.28, as shown by accompamang statement. 

With much respect. 

I am your obedient servant, 

H. SIMONS, Naval Architect, 

Po7i Warden. 



Quebec, December 14, 1905. 

Retukn of Cattle and Horses shipped at the Port of Quebec during the season of 1905, 
with the names of Steamers and amount of fees, if collected, as in former years. 



Year. 


Name of Vessel. 


Number 

of 
Horses. 


Number 

of 
Cattle. 


Amoimt 

for 
Horses. 


Amoimt 
for 
Cattle. 


1905. 

Oct. 4.. 
Nov. 12.. 

" 26.. 
Dec. 4.. 






269 
394 
611 
605 


S cts. 


$ cts, 

4 04 

5 91 
9 17 
9 08 
















2 


10 




1.879 


10 


28 20 



RECAPITULATION. 

Four steamers took 1,879 cattle from this port $ 28 20 

One steamer took 2 horses from this port 10 



S 28 30 



No fees were collected on above cattle. 

Quebec. December 14, 1905. 



W. SIMONS, 

Port- Warde7i and Inspector of Live Stock. 



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APPENDIX 31 

REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT HALIFAX, N.S., FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Halifax, N.S., January 1, 1906. 

F. GOXJRDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit my report for the year ending December 31, 1905, 
accompanied by a statement of the receipts and expenditure during that period. 

Surveys have been held on twenty-five steamers and seven saihng vessels which an-ived 
at this port in a damaged condition during the year.. The necessary repairs were made to 
the vessels, and those of them bound to other ports with their cargoes proceeded to their 
destinations, where they have all arrived safely. 

The ss. Parisian, which sank alongside the wharf here in consequence of damage 
sustained by collision with the ss. Albans at the entrance to Halifax harbour on March 25, 
was partially and temporarily repaired here and proceeded to Glasgow, G.B., where per- 
manent repairs were made. The ss. Albans, which also received damage by the collision, 
received temporary repairs here and proceeded to Hamburg, via Philadelphia, where per- 
manent repairs were made. 

The schooner Pearl Evelyn is still in port undergoing repairs. 

I have the honour to be, sir. 

Your most obedient servant, 

DAVID HUNTER. 

Port Warden. 



Receipts and Expenditure of the Port Warden, Halifax, N.S., from January 1 

to December 31, 1905. 



Dr. 


$ cts. 


Cr. 


$ cts. 


To amount of fees received as port warden, 
fees for inspection of cattle fittings... . 


2,218 25 
8 93 


By paid assistants, office expenses, &c. . 
amount reverting to port warden . . . 




1,527 38 
699 80 




2,227 18 




2,227 18 



I hereby certify that the above is a true and correct statement of the receipts and expen- 
diture of the Port Warden at Halifax, N.S., during the year 1905. 

DAVID HUNTER. 

Port Warden. 



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APPENDIX 32 

REPORT OF THEiPORT WARDEN AT PICTOU, N.S., FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

PicTou, N.S., January 2, 1906. 

Port Warden's report for the year 1905, at the port of Pictou, N.S., No business of 
any kind done here this year by me. 

Yours very respectful y, 

W. C. MUNRO. 

Port Warden. 



APPENDIX 33 



REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT PORT HAWKESBURY FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Port Hawkesbury, January 2, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit my annual report of the business of this office, with 
a statement of fees received during the year ending December 31, 1905. 

I have the honour to be, sir. 

Your obedient servant, 

D. W. HENESEY, 

Port Warden. 



Total fees received during the ye;ar $ 125 00 

Paid assistant surveyors 65 00 

Amount reverting to Port Warden $ 60 00 

I hereby certify that the above is a true statement of the Port Warden's oflBce at Port 
Hawkesbury for the year ending December 31, 1905. 

D. W^ HENESEY, 

Port Warden. 



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APPENDIX 34 



REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN FOR PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND FOR 
THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Port Warden's Office, 
Prince Edward Island, December 30, 1905. 

F. GouRDEAU, Esq., 

Marine Department, I 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit my annual report of the business of my office during 
the past year. 

I am, sir. 

Your obedient servant, 

H. P. WELSH. 



Receipts and Expenditure of the Port Warden's Office, Prince Edward Island, for the 

year ending December 31, 1905. 



Date. 


Receipts. 


Amount. 


Date. 


Expenditure. 


Amount. 


1905. 


To fees derived from damaged 


$ cts. 

37 76 
3 00 


1905." 


Bv expense of office 


$ cts. 

6 50 
2 00 
32 26 










40 76 


.•#( 40 76 



I certify that the above is a correct statement. 

- H. P. WELSH. 

Port Warden. 

Charlottetown, P.E.I., December 30, 1905. 



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APPENDIX 35 

REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT YARMOUTH, N.S., FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

To the JNIinister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I now make my report as Port Warden at Yarmouth, N.S., for the year ending 
December 31, 1905. 

I have been called on 12 times for surveys on vessels arri\nng in distress. 

The net proceeds of fees are $ 154 50 

I have paid out for assistance in addition to above 130 00 

Total $ 284 50 

I have the honour to remain. 

Your obedient servant, 

EBEN'R SCOTT, 

Port Warden. 

Yarmoxjth, N.S., January 5, 1906. 

On the sixth day of January, A.D. 1906, before me the undersigned personally came 
and appeared Ebenezer Scott, above named, and made oath that the above account or 
report to which he has subscribed is correct and true. 

EDGAR N. CLEMENS, 

Notary Public, Yarmouth, N.S. 



APPENDIX 36 



REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT ST. ANDREWS, N.B., FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

March 23, 1905, — Surveyed hatches three mast schooner Silver Leaf, Capt. Salter, 
with a cargo of phosphate from New York; found the hatches properly caulked and bat- 
tened and the cargo in good order under hatches. 

JOHN WREN, 

Port Warden. 

May 24, 1905. — Surveyed ground tier cargo schooner Domain, Capt. Wilson; found the 
cargo properly dunnaged and every way properly stowed, and the vessel not accountable 
for damage. 

JOHN WREN, 

Port Warden. 

To sun'ey on hatches schooner Silver Leaf $ 2 00 

To survey ground tier schooner Domain 5 00 



$ 7 00 



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APPENDIX 37 



REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT ANNAPOLIS FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 



Annapolis, N.S., December 31, 1905. 

F. GOUKDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit my annual report as Port Warden of this port 
for the year ending December 31, 1905. 

Amount of fees received $ 29 00 

Paid assistant 5 00 

Net revenue $ 24 00 

I have the honour to be, sir. 

Your obedient servant, 

SIMON W. RILEY, 

PoH Warden. 



APPENDIX 38 



REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT SYDNEY, N.S., FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Sydney, N.S., January 10, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — Herewith I beg to hand you annual report of port warden's records of shipping 
at International Pier, N.S., for the year ending December 31, 1905. 
All of which is respectfully submitted. 

Your obedient servant, 

NELSON H. TOWNSEND, 
' Port Warden. 

2.3—12^ 



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PORT WARDEN'S RECORD OF SHIPPING, 



Date. 



Vessel's Name. 



1905. 

May 22. . SS. Lord Iveagh. 

" 26.. Pvdna. 

" 27.. Wyandotte. 

June 6.. Birmingham. 

" 19.. Hesperus. 

May 31.. Dansborg. 

July 3. . Yoruba. 

" 5. . Montaux. 

" 17.. Duncan. 

" 20. . Aarsteln. 

" 20. . Dora. 

Aug. 1 . . Melville. 

7. . Glenaen. 

" 14..; Lord Lansdown. 

" 16.. I Bangor 

" 16. . I Marian 

" 24. . Oriana 

Sept. 2. . Kiora , 

" 19. . Mantinea 

Oct. 13. . Verbena 

" 18. . ' Hesleyside 

" 19..] Bangor 

Nov. 1 . . I Lobelia 

" 10.. 1 Melville 

" 13..; Hero 

" 13.. Hektos 

" 16.. Phonix 

" 20. . Helios 

" 27.. Glitra 

" 29.. Yola 

Dec. 25.. Athos 



Master. 



R,egister» 
Tonnage. 



Minister. . . . 
Fitzpatrick. 
Richards. . . 

Jenkins . 

Himberg. . . 

Knal 

Cotterell. . . , 

Cole 

Pedersen . . . 
Andersen. . , 
Goulding . . . 

Jones 

Hurst 

Webb 

Brown 

Hogg 

Sullivan. . . 

Martin 

Pye 

Mann 

Bedlington . 

Brown 

Palmer. . . . 

Jones 

Sylvestsen . 
Bonstrom . . 

Larsen 

Llndross. . . 

Tveldt 

Goudie. . . . 
Dobson 



Totals. 



2,136 
1,850 
2,712 
2,612 
1,275 
1,391 
1,913 
2,612 
633 
997 
1,105 
2,871 
2,065 
1.795 
2,201 
1,218 
2,882 
1,309 
1,737 
1,505 
1.687 
2,201 
1,913 
2,871 
2,417 
1,336 
1,376 
1,147 
1,426 
2,246 
1,256 



Cargo. 



56,695 



Deals 

General cargo 

Deals 

General cargo 

Coal tar,, pitch and creosote oil . 
Deals 

General cargo 

Phosphate rock 

Deals 

General and cattle 

Deals 

Hard pine 

Deals 

Hard pine 

General cargo 

Grain 

Grain, deals on deck 

Deals , 

Apples 

Deals 

Grain and general cargo 

Pitch 



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INTERNATIONAL PIER, YEAR 1905. 



Place from. 



Douglastown, N.B. 

Nelson, N.B 

Montreal 



Place to. 



ft. 



Lome and Belfast 21 

Manchester I 19 



Draft. 



Forward. 



21 



Quebec 

Cape Tormentine, N.B. 
Montreal 



Sydney, N.S 

Newcastle 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Port Inglea, Fa 

St. John, N.B 

Miramichi 

Quebec 

Montreal Cape Town, S. A 

" London.... 

Pugwash (Brow Head 



Cape Town, S.A 

East London 

Newcastle, England. 

Preston, Eng 

Massan and Havana 
Cape Town, S . A . . . . 
Perth Amboy, N. Y. 

Brow Head 

Limerick [ 18 

Cape Town, S.A 21 

London 20 

Brow Head j 22 

Belfast I 21 

Barcelona ; 18 

22 



8 
10 

2 



Aft. 



ft. 

22 
21 
21 



m. 

6 

8 



16 
19 
17 
20 

18 



10 18 
19 
3 ' 19 
7 ) 21 
Mean draft. 



Pensacola, f la. 



Miramichi. 
Pensacola . 
Montreal. . 



Chatham, N.B. 

Montreal 

Dalhousie 

Montreal 

Sydney, N.S... 



London. 

Aberdeen 

Manchester 

Rotterdam 

Cape Town, S.A. 

Hamburg 

Hull 

Sharpness 

Havre 

Waterford 

Rotterdam 

Genoa, Italy. . . . 



17 
19 
18 
19 
21 
20 
20 
22 
17 



18 
22 
20 






7 

4 
4 
7 

11 
4 
9J 

11 
4 
6 


10 
4 

Mean 


9 
9 



19 
18 
22 
20 
23 
21 
19 
24 
18 
22 
18 
19 
21 
22 
24 
22 
15 
draft. 

19 
23 
21 



8 




1 

6 

9 

7 

1 
10 

2 

9 

7 



9i 
11" 
10 

2 

6 
10 

3 



Free 
Board. 



ft. 

6 
5 
7 



6 
4 
9 
9 
18 
2 
1 
8 
10 
7 
7 
1 
6 
3 
5 
8 
3 
10 
3 
7 
5 
10 
17 
1.5 
7 
6 
4 



3i 
10 



2 
6 
3 
4 

4 
6 
2 
8 
1 
2 

7il 
7 

Si' 

3 

3 

7i 

2 

8 

9i 
10 

8 

2 

6 

9 
11 

1 



NELSON H. TOWNSEND, 

Port Warden. 



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APPENDIX 39 

REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT MONCTON, N.B., FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

F. GouKDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I beg to report that the only matter that required my attention at this port since 
my last report was the case of the goods damaged in ss. Parisian, landed at Halifax and 
sent on to Moncton, where they were abandoned by the owners. 

On April 27, 1905, I was called upon to examine 24 packages of goods damaged by 
sea water in ss. Parisian, and which had been abandoned by their owners, an^ found them 
xery much damaged by salt water, and ordered them sold at public auction for the benefit 
of all concerned. 

Yours respectfully, 

JAMES HAMILTON, 

Port Warden, Pod of Mondon. 



APPENDIX 40 

REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT WESTPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Sir, — ^Yours of the 28th inst. at hand, and would say that when I sent my returns on 
January 5, 1906, as Harbour Master, I also sent a report as Port Warden. No business 
done at that time. 

After that, January 12, 1906, I was requested by James McDonald, master of the 
schooner Shapener BrotJiers, stranded on Gull Rock, bar to hold a survey. I did so with 
an assistant and condemned the said vessel and ordered her to be sold for the benefit of all 
concerned. This report I expected to send in at the end of December 31, 1906. 

I am sir. 

Your obedient servant, 



GEO. WELCH, 

Port Warden. 



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APPENDIX 41 



REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT VANCOUVER, B.C., FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

Vancouver, B.C., January 6, 1906. 

F. GOURDEAU, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour of submitting to you my annual report of Port Warden of the 
port of Vancouver, B.C., ending December 31, 1905. 

Amount of fees received for surveys of hatches and cargoes, $520. 

I have the honour to be, sir. 

Your obedient servant, 

MALCOLM McLEOD. 

Port Warden. 



APPENDIX 42 



REPORT OF THE PORl'|WARDEN AT VICTORIA, B.C., FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 



Victoria, B.C., January 4, 1904. 



Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 



Sir, — I have the honour of submitting my report as port warden for the ports of Victoria 
and Esquimalt, B.C., for the year ending December 31, 1905. 

Amount of fees received for surveys on the hatches of 37 vessels. $ 185 00 
Amount of fees received for surveys on cargoes, &c 374 00 



Total amount of fees received $ 559 00 



I have the honour to be sir,, 

Your obedient servant, 
« 



CHAS. E. CLARKE, 

Port Warden. 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 43 



REPORT OF THE PORT WARDEN AT NORTH SYDNEY, N.S., FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. 

North Sydney, December 31, 1905. 

To the Department of 

Marine and Fisheries, 
Ottawa. 



May 24. — Schooner Meteor, 2 sun^eys $ 13 00 

May 18. — Schooner Viking, 1 survey 5 00 

Mav 22.— SS. Wasis, 3 surA-eys 15 00 

Aug. 31.— SS. Drot, 2 surveys 13 00 

Sept. 22.— SS. Thrift, 2 sur^-eys 13 00 



$ 59 00 

Schooner Carrie Eisler was surveyed and pronounced unseaworthy. Owner and agent 
refused to comply with the survey; took half cargo, shipped new men and sailed while I 
was waiting an answer from the department, which came too late to deliver to her, and 
would say that a large percentage of vessels leaving this port are unseaworthy. 

Yours respectfully, 

W. H. KELLY. 

Port Warden 



» 



HARBOUR MASTERS 



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APPENDIX 44 



HARBOUR MASTERS. 

Tablh showing the names of ports proclaimed under certain Dominion Acts, the provi- 
sions of which are found in chapter 86, Revised Statutes of Canada for the appointment 
of harbo\ir masters; the dates of proclamation; the names of the harbour masters 
appointed; the dates of the appointment of harbour masters; the amounts which each 
of their salaries is not to exceed; the amount of fees collected by each of them during 
the calendar year ended December .31, 1905, and the overplus, if any, paid in to the 
credit of the Receiver General. 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Name of Port. 



Bronte 

Collingwood. . . . 
Depot Harbour. 
Fort William. . . 
French River. . . 

Goderich 

Meaford 

Midland 

Oshawa 

Parry Sound,. . . 
Penetanguishene 
Port Arthur. . . . 
Port Stanley.. . . 

Rondeau 

Southampton . . . 

Sarnia 

Trenton 



Date of 
Proclama- 
tion. 



Oct. 

Mar. 

May 

July 

June 

April 

July 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

May 

Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

July 

Nov. 



26, 

3, 
30, 

7, 
20, 
22, 
16, 
22, 
10, 
19, 

2, 
12, 
15, 

4, 
23, 
25, 
12, 



'03 
'77 
'98 
'91 
'93 
'76 
'02 
'82 
'04 
'83 
'77 
'84 
'98 
'78 
'75 
'85 
'04 



Name of 
Harbour Master. 



James Wilson . . . 
Henry Foreman. 

J. F. Pratt 

F. D. O'Hagan. . 
E. B. Barron.. . . 
William Marlton. 
Samuel McClain. 

John White 

W. T. Henry. .. . 



Francis Dusome. . 

B. Guerard 

Frank E. Shepard. 
W. R. Fellowes. . . 
W. H. Johnson. . . , 
Robt. McAdam.. . 
Oscar C. Lawson.. 



Date of 
Appoint- 
ment. 



Oct. 
May 
June 
July 



June 
July 

Aug. 



June 
May 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
May 
Nov. 



26, '05 

5, '04 

15. '98 

26, '05 



8, '94 
16, '02 
13, '97 
10, '04 



3, '81 

21, '97 

15, '98 

17, '88 

— '82 

3, '86 

12, '04 



Amount 

from 
the fees 
of office 
salary 
not to 
exceed. 



$ cts. 

200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
400 00 
200 00 
300 00 
200 00 
300 00 
300 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
300 00 
200 00 



Amount 
collected 
in 1905. 



$ cts, 

2 50 
192 50 

Nil. 
367 00 
28 00 
93 00 
53 00 I 
206 50 
Nil. 



Amount 
paid over 
to 

Receiver 
General. 



18 50 
262 00 
72 50 
40 00 
33 50 
Nil. 



$ cts. 



62 00 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Amherst 

Anse aux Gascons. 

Bersimis 

Bonaventure 

Caplan 

Carleton 

Chicoutimi 

Grand Entry 

Grand River 

Gaspe 

House Harbour. . . 

Maria 

Matane 

M^tis 

New Carlisle 

New Richmond. . . 

Nouvelle 

Oak Bav 

Paspebiac 

Perc^ 

Port Daniel 

Rimouski 

Riviere Ouelle. 



Sept. 
June 
July 
June 
May 
Dec. 
May 
Feb. 
April 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Feb. 

April 
Jan. 
Mar. 
May 
Sept. 
Mar. 

Riviere du Loup I June 



2, 
28, 
31, 

5, 
15, 

8. 
23, 
19, 

3, 
25, 
19, 
29, 
19, 

7, 
25, 

3, 

3, 
22, 
23, 
17. 
25, 

5, 
22. 
19, 



'78 
'05 
'91 
'05 
'05 
'81 
'85 
'92 
'00 
'74 
'87 
'05 
'77 
'78 
'89 
'82 
'03 
'80 
'77 
'03 
'89 
'77 
'82 
'00 



John Cassidy 

J. Mourant 

L. Thibault 

A. Bourque 

T. Bujold 

B. Leclerc 

Ainsworth Sturton. 
John A. Chenell. . . . 

Geo. Beaudin 

Francis G. Eden. . . 

C. Laf ranee 

Arthur Cyr 

L. J. Levasseur. . . . 
J. H. Ferguson. . . . 

John Chisholm 

F. X. Cormier . . . . . 

Joseph Casey 

Thomas Harper.. . . 
W. L. Kempffer. . . 

E. Donoghue 

George Mclnnis. . .. 
A. P. St. Laurent.. 
Vacant 

F. E. Gilbert 



Sept. 
June 
Dec. 
June 
May 
May 
June 

April 

Dec. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
April 

Jan. 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

April 

May 



2, '78 

28, '05 
13, '05 

5, '05 

15, '05 

15, '05 

8, '86 

21. '04 

3, '00 
1, '89 

10, '96 

29, '05 
12, '96 
10, '96 

22, '02 
15, '02 

3, '03 

12, '04 
21, '00 
10, '03 

30, '03 

13. '96 



Oct. 5. '02 



200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
500 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
150 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 



14 50 
1 00 



12 00 
5 00 



70 00 
Nil. 
5 00 

59 50 
17 50 
10 00 

60 06 



1 50 
29 50 
Nil. 

35 .50 

36 00 
3 00 

10 00 
65 50 



39 50 



♦Within the Harbour of Montreal. 



186 • MARINE AND FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Table showing the names of ports proclaimed under the Dominion Acts, &c. — Con. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— Concluded. 



Name of Port. 


Date of 
Proclama- 
tion. 


Name of 
Harbour Master. 


Date of 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Amount 

the fees 
of office 
salary 
not to 
exceed 


Amount 
collected 
in 1905. 


A m n 1 1 n f . 

paid over 
to 

Receiver 
General. 


St. Godefroi : 


June 5, '0.5 
Dec. 21, '85 




June 5, '05 
Oct. 22, '96 
Mar. 20, '97 
June 6, '01 
April 11, '99 


$ cts. 

100 00 
200 00 
550 00 
400 00 
100 00 


$ cts. 

5 47 
33 50 
760 50 
591 00 

NU. 


$ cts. 








*St. Johns 


G. H. Farrar 


210 50 
191 00 






J. A. Proulx 




Mar.28, '98 













PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Alma 

Bathurst 

Black's Harbour and 

Beaver Harbour 

Buctouche 

Campbellton 

Campobello 

Cape Tormentine 

Caraquet 

Chatham 

Cocagne 

Dalhousie 

Dorchester 

Fairhaven 

Fredericton 

Grand Manan, North. . . 

Grand Manan, South 

Gull Rock Channel 

Great Shemogue 

Harvey 

Heron Channel 

Hillsborough 

Hopewell Cape 

Ledge of St. Stephens... 

Letete, &c 

Little Shippigan and 

Miscou Gully 

Little Shemogue 

Moncton 

Musquash 

Newcastle 

North Joggins 

Port Elgin & Bale Verte 

Pokemouche 

Richibucto 

Rockland 

Sackville 

St. Andrew's 

St. George 

St. Martms and Quaco . 

Shediac 

Shippigan 

Tracadie 

Waterside 

West Isles 



May 



Sept. 
May 



July 
Aug. 

Jan. 

May 
April 
July 
May 
Aug. 
May 
Sept. 

April 
Sept. 
May 
Mar. 
May 

Feb. 
June 
I M ay 



July 
Sept. 
July 



2, 
30, 

22, 
30, 
30, 
30. 

9, 
30, 
30, 
30. 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
22, 
22, 
14, 
17, 
10, 
15, 
30, 
25, 
30, 
15, 

19, 
5, 
30, 
26, 
30, 
30, 
6, 
23, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
14, 
30, 
30, 
16, 
3, 
30, 



83 E. W. Cross Sept. 

73!H. Hutchinson lApril 

73 G. E. Asker !May 

73lW. E. Sulis iDec. 

95|M. S. Treen ^May 

73 J. A. Albert iNov. 

73 R. J. Walls lApril 

73|J. T. Bourque June 

73|W. S. Smith !Mar. 



98 Gideon W. Parsons May 2 

73 N. Hach^ AprU 14 



73jJames Sh^ 

OljAlonzo Cender 

73 i Vacant 

89'Newton L. Thomas.. 

89, Turner Ingalls 

98 G. A. Johnson 

75] Vacant 

75; Wm. Wood 

97 1 Duncan Robertson.. . 
73' John O'Shaughnessy. 
91 'John H. Christopher. 

73 !W. McBean 

83 Jacob Cook 



86 Donald Harper 

88 Vacant 

73 B. Toombs 

74 J. McNulty 

73 John Russell 

73] Vacant 

731 Andrew Grant 

83 M. Landry 

73 James Alexander Jardine . . 

73 Vacant 

73 E. Chase 

73 John Wren 

73 Geo, W. McKenzie 

74 G. R. McDonough 

75 Alexander McQueen 

73 James Degrace 

75|Th^odore Savoy 

89 W. C. Anderson 

01 ;B. Simpson 



Oct. 
July 



Oct. 
May 
April 



June 
July 
April 
June 

Nov. 



April 19 



April 
Sept. 
June 



May 



7, 
13 
11 



May 



July 

May 

April 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 



11 
6 
10 
16 
19 
14 
23 
24 
27 



'98 
'03 

'83 
'97 
'04 
'92 
'01 
'05 
'98 
'05 
'88 
'00 
'01 



'00 
'01 
'04 



'03 
'97 
'98 
'99 
'94 
'97 

'86 



100 00 
200 00 

100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
150 00 
300 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



100 00 

100 00 
100 00 



11 


00 


50 


00 


17 


00 


17 


50 


112 


00 


36 


06 


4 


50 


227 


50 


Nil. 


186 


00 


17 


50 


11 


00 



1 00 



'05 
'96 
'04 



100 00 
200 00 
150 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 

100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
300 00 



'01 
'01 
'74 



200 00 
100 00 
200 00 



42 00 
42 00 
114 50 
81 00 



3 50 



'04 

'84; 
'00 
'02 
'76 
'03 
'99 
'Oil 
'Ol! 



200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
300 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 



9 


50 


34 


00 


118 


00 





50 


Nil. 


43 


00 


27 


00 


65 


50 


44 


00 


37 


00 


55 


50 


8 


50 


10 


00 


2 


50 


5 


50 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



May 



Mar. 



Abbot Harbour 

Advocate 

Annapolis 

Apple River lAug. 

Arichat | April 

Baddeck Sept. 

Barrington April 

Bayfield 'July 



23, 
18, 
12, 

5, 
22, 
23, 

1, 
11. 



'01 F. 



'86iJ. T. 
'79 B. G 



'81 IB. Kenney 

'79 John McDonald. 



May 


23, 


'01 


200 


00 


7 


50 




17, 


'99 


100 


00 


14 


50 


July 


7, 


'98 


200 


00 


49 


50 


June 


4, 


'06 


200 


00 


18 


00 


May 


23, 


'01 


200 


00 


38 


50 


Aug. 


3, 


'03 


100 


00 


1 


50 


July 


6, 


'93 


200 


00 


16 


50 


11, 


'79 


200 


00 


Nil. 



HARBOUR MASTERS 187 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

Table showing the names of Ports proclaimed under the Dominion Acts, &c. — Con. 

PKOVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA— Continued. 



Name of Port. 



Bay St. Lawrence 

Bear River 

Beaver Harbour 

Big Harbour 

Bridgewater 

Big Bras D'Or 

Cape Canso 

Cape Negro or North 
East Harbour 

Chester 

Cheticamp 

Clark's Harbour 

Clemen tsport 

County Line to Grand 
Narrows 

Crow Harbour 

D'Escousse 

Digby 

East Bay 

Fourchie 

Gabarus 

Glasgow and Cape Bre- 
ton Pier, Sydney 

Guysboro 

Halifax 

Hantsport 

Ingonish, North Bay. . 
" South Bay. . 

Ingram River 

International Pier, Syd- 
ney 

Isaac's Harbour 

Jeddore 

Jordan Bay 

Kelly Cove. . 

LaHave or Getsou'sCove 

L'Ardoise, Upper and 
Lower 

Lingan 

Liscomb 

Little Bras d'Or Lake 
between McKay'sPoint 
and Grand Narrows. . . 

Little Bras d'Or Lake 
from McKay's Point to 
Washadebuck River.. . 

Little Glace Bay 

Ijittle Narrows to Cran- 
berry Point 

Liverpool 

Lookport 

Louisbm-g 

Lunenburg 

Mabou 

Mahone Bay 

McNair's Cove 

Main h. Dieu 

Marble Mountain 

Margaretsville 

Margaret's Bay 

Margaree 

Marie Joseph 

Merigomish 

Meteghan Harbour 

Meteghan River 

Musquodoboit 

New Haven 

Neil's Harbour 

Noel 

Northport 

North-west Cove, Cole- 
man's Cove and Aspo- 
togan Harbour 

Parrsboro' 



Date of 
Proclama- 
tion. 



April 


21, 


'87 


Sept. 


25. 


'74 


July 


5, 


'80 


May 








6, 


'74 


June 


9, 


'03 


" 


6, 


'76 


May 


18, 


'81 


Aug. 


18, 


'83 


April 




/ D 


June 


1, 


'81 


May 


1, 


'77 


May 


28, 


'83 


Sept. 


30, 


'88 




23, 


'85 


Feb. 


19, 


'78 


Aug. 


18, 


'83 


May 


22, 


'89 


Mar. 


3, 


'79 


Oct. 


30, 


'80 


Jan. 
* 


15, 


'89 


June 


27, 


'84 


Mar. 


22, 


'81 


Oct. 


9, 


'84 


Feb. 


18, 


'02 


Oct. 


30, 


'80 




30, 


'89 


Sept. 


20, 


'90 


Oct. 


25, 


'76 


Feb. 


17, 


'99 


Mar. 


12, 


'75 


Aug. 


29, 


'84 


July 


12, 


'81 


May 


18, 


'81 



Name of 
Harbour Master. 



B. J. Zwicker April 



Date of 
Appoint- 
ment. 



Wm. McFadden . 
Henry Hawbolt.. . 
Donald McKenzie. 
William Oakes.. . . 



A. D. Perry. 



LeCain. 



A. F. Ehler, 



Sept. 



May 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Feb. 

May 

July 

April 

Mar. 

Oct. 



21 
27 
22 
28 
28, 
13 
14 

18 
8 
15 
23 
18 



Hardy. 



Angus McQuarrie. . . 
Archibald M. Peart. 

J. E. Butler 

Wm. McCulloch 

J. Roberts 

Jomes Doucette 

Rand. Gibbons 



'80 Michael J. Neville 

Thomas D. Cook 

Enos Baker 

Freeman P. Thorburn.. 

Jos. B. Huskins 

George Henry Zwicker. 



April 25, '84 



Aug. 


26, 


'97 


April 


22, 


'02 


June 


19, 


'02 


April 


5, 


'86 


Dec. 


19, 


'05 


Nov. 


2, 


'86 


Oct. 


30, 


'80 


Feb. 


11, 


'02 


Sept. 


21, 


'93 


Jan. 


17, 


'02 


May 


31, 


'05 


April 


30, 


'01 


Feb. 


18, 


'02 


Oct. 


30, 


'80 


June 


19, 


'00 


Dec. 


3, 


'03 




11, 


'01 


Feb. 


17, 


'99 




25, 


'75 


-'^ug. 


29, 


'84 


Feb. 


20, 


'00 



Lewis Wilson. 



Daniel J. Campbell. 



April 
Aug. 

May 

Jan. 

May 

Mar. 

Dec. 

June 

May 

Mar. 

July 

Mar. 
July 
June 
Jan. 
Mar. 
June 

May 

June 

April 

Sept. 

June 



Dec. 
Oct. 



25, '84 Alex. J. McNeill. . 
3, '74 E. Douglas Rigby. 



28, 
19 
18 
17 

3 
23 
16 
12 
21 
26 
26 
16 

5 
23 
26, 
• 8 

8, 
19, 

9, 
11 
30, 
27 



29, 
22, 



'83 
'77 
'81 
'79 
'75 
'80 
'87 
'75 
'86 
'92 
'78 
'75 
'86 
'95 
'98 
'97 
'97 
'82 
'83 
'76 
'05 
'82 



K. McLennan 

Isaac V. Dexter.. .. 

E. A. Capstick 

H. C. V. Lavatte.. 

John Loye 

John Mclnnis 

J. A. Mader 

Ronald McEachen. 

Vacant 

D. McDonald 

Robert Early 

Henry C. Garrison. 

Miles A. Dunn 

John Davis 

D. McGregor 

Vacant 

L. A. Comeau 

Thos. Williams 

H. A. McLeod 

R. Pavne 

S. A. O'Brien 

James Davis 



'76 P. Boutilier June 30, '92 

'73 R. T. Smith April 30, '01 



Nov. 
Oct. 
May 
Oct. 
Dec. 
July 
Jan. 
Mar. 



'87' 
'97l 
'88i 
'83' 
'96 
'03 i 
'05' 

'8li 
'96 
'76! 
'04 
'98 



Mar. 28, '05 



April 25, '84 

May 8, '84! 



1, '97 

7, '99 
18, '81 
13, '98 

10, '96 

11. '00 
21, '01 

8, '75 



July 
Mar. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Mar. 



26, '92 

26, '78 

14, '01 

14, '05 

23, '95 

22, '93 



June 

May 

Aug. 

July 

Sept. 

Dec. 



1, '97 

31, '05 

17, '89 

15, '05 

30, '05 

21, '03 



Amount 

from 
the fees 
of oflBce 
salary 
not to 
exceed 



$ 


cts. 


200 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


150 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


300 


00 


100 


00 


1,800 


00 


300 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


300 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


150 


00 


100 


00 


300 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


350 


00 


150 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


150 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


300 


bo 



Amount 
collected 
in 1905. 



$ cts. 



33 00 
9 50 
Nil. 

62 00 
5 00 
144 50 

18 50 
13 00 

1 00 
21 00 

9 00 



11 00 
81 50 



2 00 

3 00 

44 00 
6 00 
1,472 50 
248 50 
Nil. 
6 50 



62 00 
23 00 
16 00 
3 00 



46 00 
4 00 
29 66' 



Nil. 



8 10 

50 
112 00 

8 50 
362 00 
153 50 

50 
24 50 

Nil. 



50 



3 50 
1 00 



1 00 



8 50 
■ Nil'.' ■ 
'26'66' 



180 50 



Amount 
paid over 
to 

Receiver 
General. 



$ cts. 



12 00 
3 50 



188 ilARIXE A^'D FISHERIES 

5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
Table showing the names of Ports proclaimed under the Dominion Act, &c. — Cmi. 

PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA— Concluded. 



Name of Port. 



Petit de Grat 

Petite Riviere 

Plaster Harbour 

Port George 

Port Greville 

Port Hawkesbury 

Port Hood 

Port la Tour 

Port Lome 

Port Maitland 

Port Morien 

Port Mulgrave 

Port Medway 

Pubnico 

Pugwash 

Riverport. 

River Bourgeoise 

River Hebert 

River John 

St. Ann's 

St. Mary's River 

St. Peter's 

Sambro 

Sheet Harbour 

Shelbume 

Ship Harbour , 

Spencer's Island , 

Tangier 

Tatamagouch e 

Tenny Cape 

Tidnish 

Tiverton 

Torbay 

Tusket 

Tusket Wedge 

Victoria Pier, South Bar 

Sydney 

Wallace 

Walton 

West Arichat 

West Bay 

West Port 

WejTnouth 

WTiite Haven 

Whycocomagh 

Wolfville 

Wood's Harbour 

Yarmouth 



Date of 
Proclama- 
tion. 



22 



3 
22 



June 5 

23 

iMay 6, 

I " 1 

iMar. .5 

I July. 9 

! " 9, 

April 14 

Mar. 13 

May 26 

Nov. 15 

Mar. 8 

June 25 

;Sept. 2 
Oct. 

Sept. 29 

lApril 19, 

July 24 

Mar. 26 

Dec. 29 

May 18 
April 
Dec. 

May 14, 

Aug. 27 

June 2 

May 22, 

iNov. 14, 

iFeb. 27 

Oct. 26 

Aug. 30, 

April 3 

Aug. 25 

Mar. 18 

Dec. 19 

July 25, 

Oct. 22, 

Oct. 26 

Aug. 20 

May 8 

Mar. 8 

May 21 
Aug. <25 

Oct. 29 

Aug. 16 

Feb. 19 

Mar. 18 



Name of 
Harbour Master. 



S. Boudrot 

John Nelson Parks.. 

Ji'acant 

•Charles B. Weaver.. 

Wm. Cochrane 

D. W. Henes-^y 

John H. Murphy.. . . 

Wm. Sholds 

Freeman Beardsley. 

Josiah Ellis 

Hector McDonald.. . 

Donald Kennedy 

Jos. Hopkins 

D. Q. Amireau 

C. T. DeWolf 

T. J. C. Creaser 

E. C. Bouchie 

W. Y. Theal 

H. Campbell 

George E. Fader. . . . 

D. C. Bums 

Peter McNeil 

Ben. Smith 

H. Hall 

John C. Morrison. . . 

Conrad Marks 

B. McLellan 

Chas. A. Hilchey.. . . 

Wm. Rielly 

Davis Lingard 

Vacant 

Joel Blackford 

I. Fougere 

Cyrille Doucette. . . . 
James LeBlanc 



Date of 
Appoint- 
ment. 



June 
April 



o, 'aa 
27, '88 



84 Ernest Richardson. 
73 James D. Patton.. . 

05 B. McCulloch 

90 A. B. Poirier 

84 John Mclnnis 

87 Geo. Welsh 

94IR. Pavson. 
03 
75 
01 
92 
75 



And. Haley. . . . 
Neil McKinnon. 
J. L. Franklin. . 
S. K. Woods. . . 
Ebenezer Scott. 



May 
Oct. 
July 

Feb. 

June 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

April 

Jan. 

April 

July 

June 

Dee. 

April 

Sept. 

May 

April 

May 

June 

May 

Nov. 

Jime 

Oct. 



1, '77 

26, '98 
9, '75 
9, '75 

15, '98 

9, '97 

10, '96 

3, '79 
9, '03 

13, '03 

27, '82 

26, '95 
8, '01 

19, '86 

24, '05 

1, '91 
29, '00 

14, '03 
17, '83 

27, '90 

11, '98 

4, '97 

2, '84 
22, '99 
14, '01 

1, '00 

26, '05 



April 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Mar. 

Nov. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
May 
Jan. 
May 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Oct. 



Amount 

from 
the fees 
of office 
salary 
not to 
exceed 



S cts. 

200 00 
100 00 



3, '00 

25, '03 
21, '02 
16, '01 

1. '97 

14, '93 

26, '05 

7, '96 

8, '84 
29. '98 
29, '97 
25, '03 

8, '75 

16, '01 

19, '92 

19, '77 



150 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
400 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 

200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
250 00 



I Amount 
Amount paid over 
collected to 
in 1905. j Receiver 
General. 



S cts. 

11 50 
1 00 



27 


00 


120 


00 





50 


9 


50 


2 


50 


2 


50 


15 


50 





50 


25 


50 


39 


50 


22 


50 


44 


50 


9 


00 


Nil. 


Nil. 


8 


00 


29 


50 


89 


50 



137 00 
35 50 
5 50 
7 00 
Nil. 
Nil. 



4 75 
12 50 



29 00 



1 00 
8 00 
17 00 
50 
33 00 
72 50 
46 00 



6 50 
17 00 
233 00 



cts. 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Alberton !July 

Bay Fortune April 

Brudenell July 

Cape Traverse May 

Cardigan River, includ- 
ing Cardigan Bridge. . 

Cardigan River, from 
head of river to north 
bank Mitchell River. . 

Cove Head 

Charlottetown and Hills- 
boro' River 

Crapaud 

Egmont Bay 

Georgetown 

Grand River 

Grand River, down to and 
including Poplar PointI 
and Chapel Wharf.. . . 



July 

June 
July 
April 



15, 
10, 
25, 
23, 



'74' John Kinch.. . 
'75 Jonn R. Coffin. 
'85 J. A. Gordon.. 
'84, Vacant 



Aug. 9, '78iHercule8 McDonald. 



2, '78 Joseph Livingstone. 
15, '80 Vacant 



July 30, 'Oil 
April 29, '78 
Oct. 26, '05 i 



July 2, '78 



Nov. 14, 'Oil 



17, '74 David Small 

15, '74. Wesley Myers 

15, '74 George Bollum 

17, '74 J. Westaway 

10, '75 Wm. Chas. Jenkins. 



May 16, '79 Vacant. 
*No proclamation required by Act. 



Feb. 19, '77 

June 17, '74 

Nov. 3, '85 

May 16, '04 

4, '97 



200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 

200 00 



100 00 
100 00 

400 00 

200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



200 00 



5 00 


















2 00 






118 50 
4 00 
1 00 
38 50 

















HARBOUR MASTERS 189 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

« 

Table showing the names of Ports proclaimed under the Dominion Act, &c. — Con. 
PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDPTARD ISLAND— Conc/ttded. 



Name of Port. 



Date of 
Proclama- 
tion. 



Grand Tracadie 

Malpeque 

Miminegash 

Montague 

Murray Harbour 

Murray River 

New London 

Pinette 

Port Hill 

Pownal 

RoUq Bay 

Rustico 

St. Peter's Bay 

Souris East and West. 

Summerside 

Tignish 

Tryon 

Vernon River Bridge.. 

West River 

Wood Islands 



May 
July 
April 
July 

May 
July 



July 
April 
May 
April 

July 

April 

April 

July 

May 



17, 
10, 
17, 
15, 

7, 
16, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
10, 
10, 
17, 
.10, 
10, 
15, 
22, 
12, 
15, 

5, 
22, 



'75 
'74 
'80 
'74 
'74 
'79 
'74 
'74 
'74 
'79 
'75 
'75! 
'751 
'75 
'74 
'90 
'77 
'74I 
'751 
'99 



Name of 
Harbour Master. 



Date of 
Appoint- 
ment. 



John Clow Feb. 

J. Champion jDec. 

J. McCormack jSept. 

H. McPherson iMay 

Wm. Miller jJune 

Geo. McLeod Feb. 

Wm. Bell I Aug. 

John D. McDonald lOct. 



W. C. Brown. 

Michael Haley 

Vacant 

Felix Buote 

George Barry 

Cap. Jos. Trembly. 
John Matherson. . . 

Vacant 

Vacant 

John Fiulay 

Vacant 

James Young 



June 
Mar. 



Mar. 
May 
Feb. 
Oct. 



Oct. 



7, '05 

10, '96 

28, '04 

5, '04 

17, '74 

9, '97 

25, '96 

22, '03 

20, '98 

30, '97 



1, '97 

10, '05 

15, '07 

20, '97 



May 



9, '84 
' 22,' '99 



Amount 

from 
the fees 
of office 
salary 
not to 
exceed 



$ cts. 

200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 



Amount 
collected 
in 1905. 



$ cts. 

Nil. 
2 00 

2 50 



8 00 
4 00 
Nil. 
Nil. 



Amount 
paid over 
to 

Receiver 
General. 



$ cts. 



Nil. 
19 00 
43 50 



2 50 



Nil. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Chemainus 

Comox.. 

Ladysmith 

Nanaimo and Departure 

Bay 

New Westminster 

Quadra 

Vancouver, including 

Burrard Inlet 

Victoria and Esquimalt. 



March 2, 
May 5, 



April 10 

Jan. 23 

April 17, 

Feb. 22 

Mar. 20 



'97 

'96 



, '75 
'80 
'77 

'88 
, '75 



L. G. Hill 

Geo. H. Rowe. 
W. Eraser 



J. S. Knarston. 

Wm. Rogers 

Vacant 



AprU 25, '96 



Oct. 
Jan. 



26, '05 
13, '05 



Malcolm Mcleod Jan. 14, '97! 

C. E. Clarke Nov. 3, '« 



200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

500 00 
400 00 
300 00 

600 00 
600 00 



81 50 
242 00 
220 00 

121 00 
70 00 



545 75 
531 00 



F. GOURDEAU, 
Deputy Minister Marine and Fisheries. 



190 



MARINE AND FISHEBIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 190& 



APPENDIX 45 



List of Certificates of Competency granted to Masters and^Mates of Foreign 
Sea-going Vessels during the year ended June 30, 1905. 



o o 

Xi<l3 



: 4> 



Date 
of Certifi- 
cate. 



1905. 



4504 July 

4505 July 

4506 July 

4507 July 

4508 July 

4509 July 

4510 July 

4511 July 

4512 July 

4513 July 

4514 July 

4515 July 

4516 July 
4517! July 
4518 July 
4519'Julv 
4520 July 



4521 
4522 
4523 
4524 
4525 
4526 
4527 
4528 
4529 
4530 



Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 



4531 Aug. 

4532 Aug. 
4533, Aug. 
4534!Aug. 
4535 Aug. 



4536 
4537 
4538 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



4539 1 Aug. 
4540, Aug. 



4541 
4542 
4543 
4544 
4545 
4546 
4547 
4548 
4549 
4550 
4551 
4552 
4553 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



4554'Sept. 
4555jSept. 
4556 1 Sept. 
4567 Sept. 
4558 Sept. 
4559 'Sept. 
4560 Sept. 
.4561 Sept. 

4562 Sept. 

4563 Sept. 

4564 Sept. 
4565 1 Sept. 

4566 Sept. 

4567 Sept. 

4568 Sept. 



5. . 
11. . 
11. . 
11. . 
11. . 
11. . 
11. . 
11. . 
11. . 
18. . 
18. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
20 . 
20. . 
20. . 
20. . 
27. . 

4. . 

4. , 

4. . 

4. , 

4. , 

4. . 

4. , 

4. , 

4. , 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 
29. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
19. 
23. 



Name. 



Robert Stanley Kerr 

Robert A. Ariss 

James Brophy 

Otto Johnson 

Wm. Welsh 

Wm. Cooke 

Michel Gervais 

Geo. Andrew Hamilton.. 

Richard Fleming 

John Wm. Doyle 

James Purvis 

James H. McLennan.. . . 

Cecil John G. Wrag 

Cecil John G. Wrag. . . . 

Harry Sandis 

John Fleming 

Wm. Henry McGilvery.. 

George H. Funnell 

Wm. G. Bates 

Wm. Daoust 

Frank Johnson 

Frank Johnson 

Clement Barkhouse 

ICharles Frederick Gray 

Peter Haines 

Wm. Henry Reid 

Gordon Eyre 

Thos. James Shaw 

William Decota 

Eugene McMullen 

Chas. Hunt Isherwood. . 

Wm. George Smith 

Wm. Windsor 

Arthur Nesbitt 

John Tallon 

Reginald Grey Bassett. 
James William Phelix.. 

Alexander Yoimg 

Wm. Henry Chambers. 
Walter V. McGannon. . 

Leopold Leger 

Robert M. Humphries. 

George A. Peters 

Colin Graham 

Wm. Myrer 

Alfred Langlois 

John F'. Chapman 

Thos. A. James 

Thos. Young 

Peter Weatherbee 

George B. Springer. . . . 

Finlay Macfarlane 

Finlay Macfarlane 

Napoleon John Mayhue 

John Wright 

Joseph D. Thomson. . . 

Alexander McArty 

Patrick Young 

James Davis 

Fred. R. Miller 

Patrick Villeneuve. . . . 

John T. M. Barry 

Manford N. Pitt 

Alfred A. Deacon 

Mederick Archambault. 



Grade. 



Master 

Mate 

Mate 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Mate 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Mast., temp. 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Mate 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

'Master 

;Master 

^Master 

Master 

Master 

iMaster 

Mate 

'Master 

iMaster 

Mate 

Mate 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 



Address. 



Parrsboro', N.S 

Gravenhurst, Ont. . . 

Rosseau, Ont 

Parry Sound. Ont.. . 
Craigmount, Ont.... 

Grenville, Ont 

Yamaska East, Que. 
Bobcaygeon, Ont. . . 

Stella, Ont 

Kingston, Ont 

Gore Bay, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Kingston, Ont 

Gabarus, B.C 

Gananoque. Ont.. . . 
Gananoque Ont.... 

Montreal, Que 

Vancouver, B.C. 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



St. John, N.B 

St. Catharines, O. 
St. Catharines, O. 
St. Catharines, O. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Sorel, Que 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
St. Catharines, O. 
Vancouver, B.C . . 
Vancouver, B.C . . 
Vancouver, B.C . , 
Vancouver, B.C . , 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Sydney, C.B 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Out.. . . 
Vancouver, B.C. . 
Vancouver, B.C. . 



7 '50 
6" 00 
6J00 
6 00 

15 00 
SfOO 

15.00 

IS'OO 
• 6100 

15 00 



Kingston, Ont.. . . 
St. Catharines, O. 

Cutler, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C. . 
Fort Frances, Ont. 
St. Catharines, O . 
St. Catharines, O. 



Vancouver, B.C 

xMedford, N.S IHalifax, N.S 

Lakefield, Ont [Kingston, Ont 

Cornwall, Ont [Ottawa, Ont. . 

Sarnia. Ont 'Ottawa, Ont 

Smith's Falls, Ont 

Windsor, Ont 

Blind River, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 

Fort Francis, Ont 

Little Current, Ont 

Callender., Ont 

Cache Bay, Ont I Ottawa, Ont 

Cache Bay, Ont s Ottawa, Ont 

Collingwood, Ont 

Garden Island, Ont.- 

Harwood, Ont 

Lindsay, Ont 

Prescott, Ont 

Lachine, Que 

Kingston, N.B 

Sydpey,_C.B 

Kincardine, Ont 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Discouse, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Combermere, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Port Greville, N.S 

St. John, N.B 

Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Fort William, Ont 

Rockport, Ont 

Richard's Landing, Ont... 

Young's Point, Ont 

Marysville, Ont 

Ingersoll, Ont 

Rat Portage, Ont 

Morrisburg, Ont 

Greenwich, N.B 

Prince Albert, N.W.T 

Bout de risle, Montreal. . , 



Kingston, Ont. 
Kingston, Ont. 
Kingston, Ont. 
Kingston, Ont. 
Kingston, Ont. 
Ottawa, Ont. . 
St. John, N.B. 
Sydney, C.B. . 
St. Catherinas, O 
Halifax, N.S. . . 
Sydney, C.B. . . 
Sydney, B.C. . . 
Ottawa, Ont. . . 
Halifax, N.S. . . 
St. John, N.B.. 
St. John, N.B.. 
Vancouver, B.C 
Vancouver, B.C 
Vancouver, B.C 
St. Catharines, O 
Kingston, Ont, 
St. Catharines, O. 
Kingston, Ont, 
Kingston, Ont 
St. Catharines, O. 
Rat Portage, Ont. 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 
St. John, N.B. . . . 
Pr. Albert, N.W.T 
Ottawa, Ont 



15 00 
15 00 
15 00 



MASTERS AND MATES 



191 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



List of Certificates of Competency granted to Masters and Mates of Inland and 
Coasting Vessels during the year ended June 30, 1905. 









cat 




tg 


be 


u 








O 







Date 
of Certifi- 
cate. 



4569 

4570 

4571 

4572 

4573 

4574 

4575 

4576 

4577 

4578 

4579 

4580 

4581 

4582 

4583 

4584 

4585 

4586 

4587 

4588 

4589 

4590 

4591 

45921 

4593 

4594 

4595 

4596 

4597 

4598 

4599 

4600 

4601 

4602 

4603 

4604 

4605 

4606 

4607 

4608 

4609 



1905. 

Sept. 26 
Sept. 29 
Oct 



Oct 
Oct 
Oct 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 11 
Nov. 11 
Nov. 
Nov, 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec 



3. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
19. 
20. 
20. 
24. 
26. 
27. 
29. 
29. 
31. 
4. 
4. 
7. 
7. 



16. 
28. 
2. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



2. 
2. 
2. 
4. 
6. 
6. 
13. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
16. 
20. 



Name. 



Dec. 27. 
Dec. 30. 

1905. 



Hubert Perreault 

Joseph A. Boisvert 

Harry J. Oldfield 

Henry Prevost 

John Joseph McEachren. 
Tim'thy Wright Mitchell 

Wm. Francis Ball 

James Hunter 

Solomon John Holmes. . 

Wm. Leslie 

Gilbert W. Brewster. . . . 

Samuel Gurney 

Howard T. Haj'den 

Charles A. Ozon 

James McKinnon 

Silas H. Ormiston 

Arthur Desrocliers 

Edward Garneau 

Herbert Martin 

Malcolm Lang 

Loren Pamley Loomer. . 

Louis Daigneault 

Jas. Eldridge McDonald. 

Hypolite Blanchet 

Edward Lewin Stephen. 

George Mackey 

Asher Knowlton 

John Markey 

Joseph Latour 

William Henry Noel. . . . 

Louis Valois 

Arsene Godin 

Thomas A. Barker 

John Shannon 

John Edw. Jeremy 

Arthur Slater 

Willett B. Palmatier.. . . 
Norman Jas. McCoy. . . . 

John Albert Seeley 

Frederick Anderson 

Walter Weston Wilson . . 



Grade. 



4610 Jan. 


4 


4611 Jan. 


4 


4612 


Jan. 


6 


4613 


Jan. 


6 


4614 


Jan. 


6 


4615 


Jan. 


6 


4616 


Jan. 


9 


4617 


Jan. 


9 


4618 


Jan. 


11 


4619 


Jan. 


11 


4620 


Jan. 


11 


4621 


Jan. 


11 


4622 


Jan. 


11 


4623 


Jan. 


11 


4624 


Jan. 


11 


4625 


Jan. 


11 


4626 


Jan. 


11 


4627 


Jan. 


11 


4628 


Jan. 


13 


4629 


Jan. 


13 


4630 


Jan. 


13 


4631 


Jan. 


16 


4632 


Jan. 


16 


4633 


Jan. 


18 


4634 


Jan. 


23 


4635 


Jan. 


24 


4636 


Jan. 


24 


4637 


Jan. 


26 


4638 


Jan. 


27 


4639 


Jan. 


30 


4640 


Jan. 


30 


4641 


Jan. 


30 



Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master, 
i Master. 
Mate. . . 
Mate.. . 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Mate... 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 



Address. 



Joseph Frenet 

Leon Robidoux 

Arthur Leonard McLean 

Stephen Maddieson 

George Russel Noice. . . . 

Daniel Woodward 

Isaac Hamilton Smith. . 

Thomas B. Clemie 

William J. Corbett 

WUliam Alf. Savigne... . 
Henry Charles Wingrove 

Robert H. Carson 

Edw. H. McConkey 

John Hearl 

John Frederick Davis. . . 
L. E. Cadogan Cowper. . 

William E. Gates 

Telesphore Gosselin. . . . 
Cecil Wilfred Miifean.. . 
Robert Henry Cann .... 

William Vance 

Ira Donald Barton 

Ambrose G. Galbraith. . 

Michael J. O'Shea 

Herbert S. McCleery.. . . 

William Dewey 

Francois Fortin 

John Kenndey 

H. H. Ross 

Martin Olsen 

Wm. N. Sangster 

Walter Eldridge 



Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master, 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master.' 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. 



Montreal, Que 

Ste. Croix, Que 

Parry Sound, Ont 

Metla Kabla, B.C 

Chatham, N.B 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

Sombra, Ont 

Victoria, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Tobermory, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Jordan River, N.S. . . 
North Sydney, C.B... 
North Sydney, C.B.. . 

Gabarus, N.S 

Ste. Croix, P.Q 

Ste. CroLx, P.Q 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



O. 



Quebec, Que. . 
Quebec, Que. . 
St. Catharine.s 
Victoria, B.C.. 

St. John, N.B 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 
St. Catharines, O . 

Victoria, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C. . 
St. Catharines, O. 
Vancouver, B.C.. 
Vancouver, B.C. . 

Halifax, N.S 

Sydney, N.S 

Sydney, N.S 

Sydney, N.S 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Halifax, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 

Yarmouth, N.S. . . 



Halifax, N.S 

New Liskeard, Ont 

Advocate Harbour, N.S ^ 

Boucherville, Que [Quebec, Que 

Victoria, B.C Victoria, B.C 

Lotbini^re, Que ^Quebec, Que 

CoUingwood, Ont [Kingston, Ont.. . . 

St. Catherines, Ont | Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Parrsboro', N.S j Yarmouth, N.S.. . 

Brockville, Ont Kingston, Ont.. . . 

St. Ignacede Lovola, Que. . , Quebec, Que 

Port Essington, B.C iVictoria, B.C 

St.Ignace de Loyola, Que. . [Ottawa, Ont 

St. Ignace de Lovola, Que. . Quebec, Que 

Lord's Cove, N.B St. John, N.B 

Dawson, Y.T \ 

Victoria, B.C Vancouver, B.C.. 

Victoria, B.C [Victoria, B.C 

Picton, Ont Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Manitowaning, Ont .Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Halifax, N.S iHalifax, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont .Ottawa, Ont 

Barrington Passage, N.S.. . Yarmouth, N.S. . . 



Fee. 



15 00' 
6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

15 oa 

15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 



Lotbiniere, Que 

Yamaska, Que 

St. John, N.B 

Vancouver, B.C 

New Westminster, B.C. . 

Lulu Island, B.C 

St. John, N.B 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont 

Owen Sound, Ont 

Midland, 'Ont 

CoUingwood, Ont 

Owen Sound, Ont 

Penetanguishene, Ont. . . 

Callander, Ont 

Wiarton, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C 

Quebec, Que 

St. Catharines, Ont 

Louisburg, C.B., N.S 

Spanish River Sta., Ont. 

Range, N.B 

CoUingwood, Ont 

Wolfe Island, Ont 

Grey's Mills, N.B 

Sackville, N.B 

Levis, Que . 

Pembroke, Ont 

Medecine Hat, N.W.T... 
Sarnia, Ont. 



Master. 



Master Huntsville, Ont 



Quebec, Que. . . 

Sorel, Que 

St. John, N.B. . 
Vancouver, B.C 
Vancouver, B.C 
Vancouv^er, B.C 
St. John, N.B. . 
Cutler, Ont. . . . 
St. Catharines, O 
St. Catharines, O 
St. Catharines, O 
St. Catharines, O 
St. Catharines, O 
St. Catharines, O 
St. Catharines, O 

Victoria, B.C 

Victoria, B.C.. . 
Quebec, Que. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. 
Sydney, C.B., N 

Cutler, Ont 

St. John, N.B.. 
Kingston, Ont.. 
Kingston, Ont.. 
St. John, N.B. . 
St. John. N.B.. 
Quebec, Que. . . 
Ottawa, Ont. . . 
[Rat Portage, Ont 
'St. Catharmes, O 
St. Catharines, O 



Wiarton, Ont ISt. Catharines, O 



00 
00 



15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 

6 00 
15 OO 
15 00 
15 OO 

6 00 



15 00 

6 00 

6 00 

6 00 

15 00 

15 00 

15 OO 



6 OO 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 OO 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 

6 00 
15 OO 



00 
OO 
00 



15 OO 
6 OO 
15 OO 
15 00 
15 OO 
15 OO 
15 00 
6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
6 00 
15 OO 
15 OO 



192 



MARI^'E AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

List of Certificates of Competency granted to Masters and Mates of Inland and 
Coasting Vessels during the year ended June 30, 1905 — Continued. 



.St 

c o 



Date 
of Certifi- 
cate. 



1905. 



4642 


Jan. 


31 


4643 


Feb. 


3 


4644 


Feb. 


2 


4645 


Feb. 


4 


4646 


Feb. 


4 


4647 


Feb. 


4 


4648 


Feb. 


4 


4649 


Feb. 


4 


4650 


Feb. 


4 


4651 


Feb. 


4 


4652 


Feb. 


4 


4653 


Feb. 


9 


4654 


Feb. 


9 


4655 


Feb. 


9 


4656 


Feb. 


10 


4657 


Feb. 


, 10 


4658 


Feb. 


10 


4659 


Feb. 


10 


4660 


Feb. 


14 


4661 


Feb. 


14 


4662 


Feb. 


14 


4663 


Feb. 


20 


4664 


Feb. 


20 


4665 


Feb. 


21 


4666 


Feb. 


22 


4667 


Feb. 


24 


4668 


Feb. 


25 


4669. 


Mar. 


2 


4670 


Mar. 


9 


4671 


Mar. 


7 


4672 


Mar. 


9 


4673 


Mar. 


14 


4674 


Mar. 


14 


4675 


Mar. 


14 


4676 


Mar. 


14 


4677 


Mar. 


14 


4678 


Mar. 


14 


4679 


Mar. 


14 


4680 


Mar. 


14 


4681 


Mar. 


16 


4682 


Mar. 


16 


4683 


Mar. 


16 


4684 


Mar. 


16 


4685 


Mar. 


16 


4686 


Mar. 


16 


'4687 


Mar. 


16 


4688 


Mar. 


16 


4689 Mar. 


16 


4690 Mar. 


16 


4691 Mar. 


16 


4692 Mar. 




4693 Mar. 


22 


4694 Mar. 


22 


4695 Mar. 


22 


4696 Mar. 


22 


4697 j Mar. 


22 


4698 'Mar. 


22 


4699 Mar. 


22 


4700 Mar. 


22 


4701 Mar. 


22 


4702 Mar. 


22 


4703 Mar. 


22 


4704, Mar. 


22 


4705 Mar. 


23 


4706 Mar. 


24 


4707 Mar. 


30 


4708 Mar. 


30 


4709 Mar. 


30 


4710 


Mar. 


30 


4711 


Mar. 


30 


4712 


Mar. 


30 


4713 


Mar. 


30 


4714 Mar. 


30 


4715lMar. 


30 


4716 Mar. 


30 



Name. 



Grade. 



Address. 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
.Master. 



Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 



Henry Arthur Yovmg. . . 

Thomas Houde 

Joseph Roque 

Henriii C. Graner 

Henrik C. Graner 

Harry Farrow 

'George Bartley 

Ernest L. Wasson 

'Burtis M. Wasson 

Michael E. O'Neil 

IMichael E. O'Neil 

Joseph F. X. Rivard. . . . 

] Peter P. Rorvik 

Walter John Verge 

Robert J. Gerow 

Harold L. Roberson. . . . 

Peter Light 

Daniel Wm. Brien 

Frank N. .\sman 

John C. Barclay 

Owen F. Brown 

Joseph Carbonneau 

Frederick J. Thulin iMaster 

Geo. E. Mallett iMaster 

Alfred Mattinson 'Master 

James H. Reicker Master 

Freeman A. Lewis. . . 
Thomas Murphy. . . . 

Joachim Hogue 

Thomas Manson 

Elie Bouille iMate. . 

James Bolan Master 

Albert John Gaul .NIaster 

John Henry Gillem [Master 

William Geo. Cleminson .Master 

Larue Smith iMaster 

Ernest Boutilier IMaster 

Joseph O. St. Amour. . . 'Master 
Jas. Herbert Fitzgerald . Master 

Herbert J. Hickey 

Malcolm JIcEachern. . . 

James Garvie 

Dan John Stewart 

Paul Cada 

i Henry A. Hackett 

I.\lban Robineau 

Levi C. Leblanc 

I Patrick J. Sullivan 

Louis Bernier 

Morgan E. Jones 

Thomas Carew 

Edward Perks 

Isaac A. Hopkins 

Joseph Lalonde 

Clement E. Miller 

1 Ernest Caron 

jWm. Ccoperthwaite. . . 

jHenry A. Pocock 

James S. Goodfellow 

iBurnham Tower 

.\lexandre Morin iMaster, 

John Tremblav iMaster. 

fohn Wesley Randall. . . Master, 

Odmond Garneau Master, 

vVm. A. Chapman. . . 
VV'm. A. Kennedy. . . 
N'orman E. Bennett. 
Frederick J. Duffy... 
.\manda Fougere. . . . 

Cecil C. Bethell 

Harry Lee Henstis .Mate 

Edward E. Lenno.x Mate.. 

Edward R. Thompson. . ;Master 
Pierre Paulette dit La- 

vallee .Master 

Thomas Ormiston blaster 



Vancouver, B.C Vancouver, B.C 

St. Antoine de Tilly, Que. . [Quebec, Que. . . 

Killarney, Ont .Cutler, Ont. . . . 

Vancouver, B.C [Vancouver, B.C 

Vancouver, B.C [Vancouver, B.C 

Owen Sound, Ont St. Catharines, O 

Owen Sound, Ont 'St. Catharines, O 

Jemseg..N.B St. John, N.B... 

Jemseg, N.B |St. John, N.B. . . 

Vancouver, B.C I Vancouver, B.C. 

Vancouver, B.C .(Vancouver, B.C. 

Grondines, Que [Montreal, Que. . . 

Vancouver, B.C [Vancouver, B.C. 

Vancouver, B.C [Vancouver, B.C. 

Burk's Falls, Ont ISt. Catharines, O 

Victoria, B.C Victoria, B.C.. . . 

Penetanguishene, Ont St. Catharines, O 

Victoria, B.C : Victoria, B.C.. . . 

Vancouver, B.C Vancouver, B.C. 

Point Fortune, Que 'Ottawa, Ont. . . . 

New Westminster, B.C. . . . Vancouver B.C. 

Berth ier en bas, Que i Quebec, Que. . . . 

Lund, B.C Vancouver, B.C. 

Port Gilbert, N.S ^Yarmouth, N.S. . 

Vancouver, B.C i Vancouver, B.C. 

Downey-i-ille, N.B St. John, N.B.. . 

Louisburg, N.S Sydney, N.S. . . . 

Kingston, Ont Kingston, Ont. 



Mate. 
Master.. 
Master., 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Master., 
Master.^ 
Master.' 
Marter., 
Master.. 
Master.. 
Master., 
Master.. 
Master.. 
.Mate... 
Mate... 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Master.. 
Mate. . . 
Master.. 



Vallevfield, Que. 

Sydney, C.B 

L'Ange Gardien, Que 

Mattawa, Que 

Temiscamiague Station, Q 

Hamilton, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Little Current, Ont 

Marriotts Cove, N.S 

Huntsville, Ont 

Hamilton, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Vancouver, B.C 

New Harris Fork, N.S 

Blind River, Ont 

Amherstburg, Ont 

St. Timoth^e, Que 

Lower West Pubnico, N.S. 

Thessalon, Ont 

Lotbiniere, Que 



Ottawa, Ont 
Victoria, B.C 
Quebec, Que. 
Ottawa, Ont. 
Ottawa, Ont. 
St. Catliarines, O 

Halifax, N.S 

St. Catharines, O 

Halifax, N.S 

St. Catharines, O 
Kingston, Ont.. . 
Kingston, Ont.. . 
[Charlotte'n, P.E. 
Vancouver, B.C. 
Sydney, N.S... . 

Cutler, Ont 

St. Catharines, O 
Quebec, Que. . . . 
Yarmouth, N.S.. 
St. Catharines, O 
Quebec, Que 
Ottawa, Ont 



Ottawa, Ont 

Lindsay, Ont [Kingston, Ont, 

Meaford, Ont St. Catharines, 



Master. 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 



West Jeddore,^\S. 

Garden Island, Ont 

Gasp6, Que 

L'Islet, Que 

Peterborough, Ont 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.. . . 

Chatham, N.B 

Sackville, N.B 

St. Henri Taillon, Que. . . 

Pointe au Pic, Que 

Seeley's Bay, Ont 

Ste. Croix, Que 

Vancouver, B.C 

Burk's Falls, Ont 

Hamlet, Ont 

St. Mary's, N.B 

Poulamond, N.S 

Lockport, N.S.. 

Lower Jemseg, N.B 

Wiarton, Ont 

Centreville, N.S 



O 



Sorel, Que. . . . 
'Gabarus, N.S. 



O 



Sydney, N.S 
Kingston, Ont. 
Quebec, Que. . 
Quebec, Que. . 
Kingston, Ont. 
St. Catharines, 
St. John, N.B. 
St. John, N.B. 
Quebec, Que. . 
Quebec, Que. . 
Ottawa, Ont. . 
Quebec, Que. . 
Vancouver, B.C. 
St. Catharines, O 
St. Catharines, O 
Fredericton, N . B 
Sydney, N . S . . . . 
St. John, N.B.. . 
St. Jonn, N.B.. . 
St. Catharines, O 
Yarmouth, N.S.. 

Sorel, Que 

Sydney, N.S... . 



Fee. 



MASTERS AND MATES 



193 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 

List of Certificates of Competency granted to Masters and Mates of Inland and 
Coasting Vessels during the year ended June 30, 1905 — Continued. 



O S 



30 



Date 
of Certifi- 
cate. 



1905. 



Name. 



4717 


Mar. 




4718IMar. 




4719iMar. 


■^n 

fjyj . . 


4720 


April 




4721 


April 


1 n 


4722 


April 


LXJ . . 


472.3 


April 


1 n 


4724 


April 


1 

L\j . . 


4725 


April 




4726 


April 




4727 


April 


1 n 


4728|April 




4729 April 


1 n 


47.30 April 


1 1 

11.. 


4731 1 April 


1 o . . 


4732iApril 


lo . . 


4733 April 


1 TC . . 


47.34;April 


1 A 


4735 


April 


1 A 

1 rr , , 


4736lApril 


1 A 

1 '± . . 


4737;April 


1 A 


4738 April 


1 A 

1 ^ . . 


4739 April 


1 o . . 


4740 


April 


1 s 


4741 


April 




4742 


April 


1 Q 


4743 


April 


1 Q 

1 y . . 


4744 


April 


1 Q 


4745 


April 


1 Q 


4746 


April 


1 Q 

ly . . 


4747 


April 


ly . . 


4748 


April 


1 Q 

ly . . 


4749 


April 


OK 


4750 


April 


Zi . . 


4751 


April 


97 
-2/ . . 


4752 


April 


97 

£ii . . 


4753 


April 


Zi . . 


4754 


Apr'l 


97 


4755 


April 


97 
Z/ . . 


4756 


April 


97 


4757 


April 


0'7 

z7 . . 


4758 


April 


97 


4759 


May 


Q 

O . . 


4760 


Mav 


o 

t5 . . 


4761 iMay 


8 . . 


4762 


May 


o 

6. . 


4763!May 


3 . 


4764: May 


3. 


4765 


Mav 


3 . 


4766 Ma V 


3 . 


4767iMav 


9 


4768'Ma\- 


9:: 


4769 


May 


9 


4770 


May 


9. . 


4771 


May 


9. . 


4772 


May 


9. . 


4773 


May 


9.. 


4774 


May 


10. . 


4775 


May 


11. . 


4776 


May 


1. . 


4777 


May 


17. . 


4778 


May 


17. . 


4779 


May 


17. . 


4780 


May 


17. . 


4781 


May 


17. . 


4782 


May 


17. . 


4783 


May 


17. . 


4784 


May 


17. . 


4785 


May 


17. . 


4786 


May 


17. . 


4787 


May 


17. . 


4788 


May 


17. . 


4789 


May 


22. . 


4790 


May 


22 . 


4791 


May 


22. . 




23 


—13 



William J. Wilson 

John Potter 

Frederick Swanson 

Daniel Zinck 

iThos. M. H. Kenney 

i Joseph P. Bucey 

Thomas Thomson 

William H. Travis 

Matthew F. Griffith ; 

Embert Zwicker 

James L. Anderson 

Robert Hickman 

Solomon E. Pride 

Henry Copp 

Fred. J. Trotter 

'James H. Peach 

Jolm Ritcey 

Wm. Elgin Osborn 

Heratio Edw. Moffatt. . 

Emile Boisvert 

George Henry Long 

Joseph A. Tymon 

James Harrigan 

James A. Lockwood. . . . 

Murray V. Glasier 

George A. Henry 

James Alva Simpson.. . . 
James Wellington Vance 

(Jeorge A. Murley 

Hedley Vicar Upton. .'. . 

John Hubley 

John Alexander Brown . 
Israel Desforges. . ...... 

George T. King 

Joseph Aug. Allard 

Stewart G. Hicks 

James Nelson Sheets . . . 

Stephen P. Ahern 

Wm. Harvey Alexander. 

Alexander Vance 

James A. McBeth 

Johann Sigurdur 

Thomas E. Zink 

William Irving 

Wm. McClean 

Wm. V. Murray 

.4ndre Donaldson 

Jas. H. McCutcneon. . . . 

Charles Burgie 

Edward M. Miller 

James H. Peach 

Brenton Young 

David L. Stewart 

Clarance E. Myers 

Flavien Boulianne 

John Rourke 

Zotique Perrault 

Robert W. McNeill 

Ciiarles R. Wnite 

Lanbert Pilon 

Joseph Vallieres 

Rufus Mosher 

Richard J. Gilbert 

Walter Ramsay 

Wilfrid Carpentier 

Wilfrid Holland 

Albert Berquist 

Thos. O. Markey 

Armand Boivin 

Isaac McAvoy 

Pierre Imbeau 

Robert Bailey 

William Allison 

Samuel Josnua Holder. . 
Carl Johanson 



Grade. 



Master 

Mate 

Mate 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Mate. . . . — . 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Mate 

Mate 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Mate 

Master 

Master 

Master 

Mate. 



Address. 



Fort Frances, Ont 

Picton, Ont 

Arrowhead, B.C 

Lunenburg, N . S 

Parrsboro', N . S 

Victoria, B.C 

Victoria, B.C \ . 

Victoria, B.C 

Gore Bay, Ont 

Summerville, N . S 

Vancouver, B.C 

Halifax, N.S 

Sherbrooke, N.S 

Chatham, N.B 

Amherstburg, Ont 

Louisburg, N.S 

Gabaruf, N.S 

Bronte, Ont 

Huntsville, Ont 

St. Antoine de Lotbiniere.Q 

Maxwell, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Lunenburg, N.S 

Woodstock, N.B 

Lincoln, N.B 

Collingwood, Ont 

Spanish River Station, Ont. 
Spanish R iver Station, Ont. 

Halifax. N.S 

Upper Sheffield, N.B 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Collingwood, Ont 

Calumet, Que 

Port Philip, N.S 

Carleton, N.B 

Huntsville, Ont 

Collingwood, Ont 

Port Dalhousie, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 

Selkirk, Man 

St. John, N.B 

Selkirk, Man 

Lunenburg N.S 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



Mate Chatham, Ont. 

Master... 
Master.. . 
Master.. . 
Mate. . . . 
Master.. . 
Master.. . 
Master... 
Mate. . . . 
Master.. . 
Master.. . 
Ma.ster.. . 
Master... 
Mate. . . . 
Master.. . 



Collingwood, Ont 

Kingston, Ont 

Roberval, Que 

Collingwood, Ont 

Collingwood, Ont 

Peninsula, Que 

Louisburg, N.S 

Summerville. N.S 

St. Peter's, N.S 

Charlotettown, P.E.I 

Escoumains, Que 

Chatham, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Vancouver, B.C 



Master Riverside, N.B. 



Master., 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Mastej-.. 
Master.. 
Master.. 
Mate. . . 
Master.. 
Mate. . . 
Master.. 
Mate. . . 
Master.. 
Master.. 
Master.. 
Mate. . . 
Master., 



Grenville, Que 

St. Romuald, Que 

Prince Albert, Sask 

Petpiswick Harbour, N.S. . 

Upper Nelson, N.B 

Champlain, Que 

Peterborough, Ont 

Victoria, B.C 

Cobourg, Ont 

Cap Chat, Que 

Port Hope, Ont 

St. Firmin, Q\ie 

Vancouver, B.C 

Whitnevville, N.B 

St. Jolm, N.B 

Vancouver, B.C 



Rat Portage, Ont. 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Nelson, B.C 

Halifax, N.S 

Yarmouth, N.S... 

Victoria, B.C 

Victoria, B.C 

Victoria, B.C 

St. Catharines, O. 

Halifax, N.S 

Vancouver, B.C.. 

Halifax, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

St. John, N.B.. . . 
St. Catharines, O. 

Sydney, N.S 

Sydney, N.S 

St. Catharines, O . 
St. Catharines, O . 

Quebec, (^ue 

St. Catharines, O. 
St. Catharines, O. 
Lunenburg, N . S. . 
St. John, N.B.. . . 
Fredericton, N.B: 
St. Catharines, O. 

Cutler, Ont 

Cutler, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

St. John, N.B.. . . 
Charlotte'n, P.E.I 
St. Catharines, O. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Campbellton, N.B 
St. Catharines, O . 
St. Catharines. O . 
St. Catharines, O. 
Vancouver, B.C.. 

Selkirk, Man 

St. John, N.B 

Selkirk, Man 

Lunenburg, N . S . . 
St. Catharines, O. 
St. Catharines, O . 
Kingston, Ont. . . . 

Quebec, Que 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Sydney, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Sydney, N.S 

Charlotte'n, P.E.I 
Quebec, Que. . . . 
St. Catharines, 0. 

Quebec, Que 

Vancouver, B.C.. 
St. John, N.B.. . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, Que 

Prince Albert,Sask 

Halifax, N.S 

Newcastle, N.B, . 

Quebec, Que 

Kingston, Ont. . . . 

Victoria, B.C 

Kingston, Ont. . . . 

Quebec, Que 

Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Quebec, Que 

Victoria, B.C 

Newcastle, N . B . . 
St. John, N.B... . 
Vancouver, B.C. . 



Fee. 



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6 00 
6 00 
15 00 
6 00 
15 00 
6 00 
6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
00 
00 
50 



6 
15 
7 

15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 

7 50 
15 00 

6 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 

6 00 
15 00 
15 Oo 
15 Oo 

6 Go 
15 Oq 



194 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

List of Certificates of Competency granted to Masters and Mates of Inland and 
Coasting Vessels during the year ended June 30, 1905 — Continued. 



& « 



Date 
of Certifi 
cate. 



1905. 



4792 
4793 
4794 
4795 
4796 
4797 
4798 
4799 
4800 
4801 
4802 
4803 
4804 
4805 
4806 
4807 
4808 
4809 
4810 
4811 
4812 
4813 
4814 
4815 
4816 
4817 
4818 
4819 
4820 
4821 
4822 
4823 



22. 
26. 
26. 
26. 
2. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6 
6. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 



May 
May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 12 
June 13 
June 13 
June 13 
June 17 
June 17 
June 19 
June 20 
June 20 
June 23 
June 22 
June 22 
June 27 
June 27 
June 27 
June 27 
Jime 30 



Name. 



Grade. 



Address. 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



Sorel, Que 

Yarmouth, N.S... 
St. Catharines, O. 
St. Catharines, O. 
St. Catharines, O. 



Jean Baptiste Blais Master 'l^anoraie, Que 

Robert L. McCarthy Master Shelburne, N.S 

George W. Blanchard. . . Mate Toronto, Ont 

Frederick J. Burke Mate Midland, Ont 

Frank Stanton Master Severn Bridge, Ont 

Joseph Boily Mate jBay St. Paul, Que | Quebec, Que 

James Laughern Mate iKingston, Ont Kingston, Ont... 

Henry Carter.. Master Cointney Village, B.C Vancouver, B.C. 

Louis Amo Master Brockville. Ont Brockville, Ont.. 

Richard James Boyd... . Mate jSelkirk, Man Selkirk, Man. . . 

Hugh Cochrane Master Selkirk, Man Selkirk, Man. . . . 

Thomas D. Walker [Master jSelkirk, Man Selkirk, Man. . . 

Ralph demons . .iMaster jDynevor, Man Selkirk, Man. . . . 

William H. Hind IMaster Vancouver, B.C Vancouver, B.C. 

Thomas Michael Miller. . .Master Vancouver, B.C Vancouver, B.C. 



, Albert Robertson. 

, Joseph Thibeault 

, Robert Gault 

. Daniel Burns 

. Joseph Morin 

. Bernard Mclntyre 

, .Olivier Gillespie 

, Thomas A. James 

, Thomas Woodward 

, Thomas Murphy. 

. Albert Dupont 

, 'Charles J. Smith 

, Wm. Walter Hersey. . . . 

. John A. Shaw 

. Morris Lewis 

. Thos. W. T. McCarthy. 
. McGregor Eraser 



Master Rat Portage, Ont Rat Portage, Ont. 

Master L'Islet, Que Quebec, Que 

Master Manitowaning, Ont ICutler, Ont 

Master Sonora, N.S [Sydney, N.S 

Master !ViIle Marie, Que Ottawa, Ont 

Master Port Dalhousie, Ont St. Catharines, O. 

Master Toronto, Ont Ottawa, Ont 

Master 'Combermere, Ont Ottawa, Ont 

Master . . Xulu Island, B.C Vancouver, B.C. . 

Mate [Elgin, Leeds Co., Ont... . . Kingston, Ont.. . . 

Mate Smith's Falls, Ont Ottawa, Ont 

Master Walker's Point, Ont St. Catharines, O. 

Master Freeport, N.S St. John, N.B.. . . 

Master Castleford, Ont Ottawa, Ont 

Master Freeport, N.S St. John, N.S. . . . 

Master IGoderich, Ont |St. Catharines, O. 

Master 'Pictou Landing, N.S jSydney, N.S 



Fee. 



MASTERS AND MATES 



195 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 * 

List of Certificates of Competency granted to Masters and Mates of Foreign 
Sea-going Vessels, during the year ended June 30, 1965, 



d <o 
go 



Date 
of Certifi 
cate. 



1904. 



3562iJuly 



3563 
3564 
3565 
3566 



July 
Aug. 

A.ug. 
Sept. 



3567 Sept. 

3568 Sept. 

3569 Sept. 
3570;Sept. 
3571 : Sept. 
3572, Sept. 
35731 Oct. 
3574 1 Oct. 
3575 1 Oct. 
3576 Oct. 
3577|Oct. 
3578iNov. 
3579; Nov. 

3580 Nov. 

3581 Nov. 

3582 Nov. 
3583; Nov. 

3584 Nov. 

3585 Dec. 

3586 Dec. 
3587 1 Dec. 

3588 Dec. 

3589 Dec. 

3590 Dec. 
3591! Feb. 

3592 Mar. 

3593 i Mar. 

3594 Mar. 

3595 Mar. 
3596! Mar. 



3597 
3598 
3599 



3600 
3601 



April 
April 
A^ril 



20. 
20. 

4. 

4. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

4. 
16. 

4. 
10. 
10. 
20. 
21. 

4. 

7. 

7. 

7. 
14. 
14. 
16. 
14. 
16 
19. 
20. 
20. 
22. 
14'. 
30. 
13. 
22. 
30. 
30. 
10. 
10. 
10. 



1905. 



April 
April 

3602 May 

3603 Mav 

3604 Mav 



3605 
3606 
3607 



June 
June 
June 



3608; June 
3609 June 
SeiOlJune 



19. 
27. 
6. 

23. 
26. 

6. 

7. 
13. 
16. 
17. 
27. 



Name. 



Grade. 



Harold F. Spinney Mate 

Jens Peter Jensen |2nd mate. 

George Johnstone 'Mate 

Daniel McKenzie iMate 

George Gardner Green. . Master... . 

James Williamson 'Master... . 

George England Poole. . i2nd mate. 

John E. Milburn Master... . 

Walter Hart Master... . 

Albert G. Hermanson. . . 2nd mate. 

William E. Lindop 2nd mate. 

Adrian M. Kelly Mate 

Aubrey S Allen 2nd mate. 

John A. Macdonald 2nd mate. 

R6n6 Pelletier Mate 

Frederick A. Rice 2nd mate. 

Harry F. Mosher Mate 

Theo. Ralph Seifert Master... . 

Frank Scurr 2nd mate. 

Zacharie E. Porter :2nd mate. 

William Higgins |2nd mate. 

Charles A. Z. Forsell.. . . !2nd mate. 

Wm. D. Livingstone.. . . 'Mate 

Artnur T. King Mate 

Wm. H. Humphreys.. . . 2nd mate. 

Arthur L. Geitzler Mate 

Howard T. Hayden 2nd mate. 

Robert A. Bartlett 'Master... . 

Johnson S. Morris iMate 

'Albert L. Cornewal j2nd mate. 



R. R. Clarke 

Allen R. P. Snaw... 
Arthur J. N. Wood. 
Alfred W. DLxon.. . 

John Hearn 

L. Murray Hatfield. 

Geo. P. Walters 

John C. McCarty. . . 



2nd mate. 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Mate. . . 
Master. 
Master. 
Master. 
Mate. . . 



Hubert P. Fairclough.. , 

Wilbert L. Loomer 

Herbert L. Harrison. . . . 

Peter F. Mallett 

Elroy Peck 

John A. MacDonald... . 

Isaac Henry Cann 

Edward G. Smith 

Charles Davis 

B. Walter C. Manning.. 
Haines R. P. Marshall. 



Master... . 
Master... . 

Mate 

2nd mate. 
2nd mate. 
2nd mate. 

Mate 

Mate 

Mate 

2nd mate. 
2nd mate. 



Address. 



Yarmouth, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

London, Eng 

Pictou, N.S 

Liverpool, G. B 

Leith, Scotland 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Canton, Cardiff 

Liverpool, Eng 

Sweden 

Bradford House, Eng 

New York, U.S 

Yarmouth N.S 

St. John, N.B 

L'Islet, Que 

Bear River, N.S 

Avondale, N.S 

Barbadoes, W^ . I 

Lough boro, Eng 

Tusket Wedge, N.S 

Victoria, B.C 

Halifax, N.S 

Big Bras d'Or, N.S 

West Arichat, C . B 

Gravesend, Eng 

Windsor, N.S 

Head of Jordan River, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S 

West Advocate, N.S 

Lunenburg, N.S 

Chariot tetown, P.E.I 

St. Catharines, Ont 

Sailor's Home, N.Y 

England 

Halifax, N.S 

Arcadia,- N.S 

Yarmoutn, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 



Where 
Examination 
was passed. 



Yarmouth, N.S.. 
Halifax, N.S.. . . 
Victoria, B.C... . 
Yarmouth, N.S.. 
Yarmouth, N.S.. 
Yarmouth, N.S.. 
Yarmouth, N. S.. 
Victoria, B.C... . 
St. John, N.B.. . 
St. John, N.B.. . 
Victoria, B.C... . 
Yarmouth, N.S.. 
Yarmou h, N.S.. 
St. John, N.B.. . 
St. John, N.B... 
St. John, N.B... 
St, John, N.B.. . 
Yarmouth, N.S. 
Yarmouth. N.S., 
Yarmoutii, N . S., 
Victoria, B.C... . 
Halifax, N.S.. . . 
Halifax, N.S.. . . 
Ha,lifax, N.S.. . . 

Victoria, B.C 

Yarmouth, N.S., 
Halifax, N.S.. . . 
Halifax, N.S.. . . 
St. John, N.B.. . 
Halifax, N.S.. . . 
St. John, N.B.. . 
Victoria, B.C... . 
Yarmouth, N.S. 
Victoria, B.C. . 
St. John, N.B.. . 
Yarmouth, N.S. 
Yarmouth, N.S. 
St. John, N.B.. . 



London, Eng. St. John, N.B... 

Advocate Harbour, N.S. . . St. John, N.B.. . 

Fredericton, N.B St. John, N.B.. . 

Yarmouth, N.S Yarmouth. N.S. 

Bear River, N.S St. John, N.B.. 

Sydney, N.S St. John, N.B.. . 

Louisburg, C.B Halifax, N.S 

Burlington, U.S Halifax, N.S 

Clifton, Col. Co Halifax, N.S.. . . 

Bridgewater, N.S Yarmoutii, N.S. 

Weymouth, N.S... St. Jotin, N.B... 



Fee. 



8 25 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
15 25 
15 25 
8 25 
15 00 
15 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 25 
8 25 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
15 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
15 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
8 00 



15 00 
15 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 



List of Certificates of Competency granted to Masters and Mates of Inland and 
Coasting Vessels, during the year ended June 30, 1905. 



Numbet of 
Certificate. 


Date 
of Certifi 
cate. 


Name. 


Grade. 


Address. 


Where 
Examination 
was passed. 


Fee. 


3392 
3393 
3394 
3395 


1904. 

Sept. 6. . 
Oct. '7.. 
Oct. ■ 24. . 
Dec. 20.. 


James A. Wasson 

Francois Xav. Hamelin. 
Timothy Hebb 




Jemseg, Queen's Co., N.B. 
Mahone Bay. N.S 


St. John, N.B.. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . 

Quebec, Que 

Halifax, N.S 


15 00 
15 00 
8 00 
8 00 



23—13^ 



196 MARiyE AXD FISHERIES 

• 5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



APPENDIX 



Statement of Wrecks and Casualties reported as having occurred to British, Canadian 

other waters, for the twelve 



Date 
of 

Casualty. 



1904. 

May 24. 

June 20. 

Oct. 4. 

Sept. 14. 

Sept . 15. 

Nov. 1 . 



Name of Ship. 



Feb. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Aug. 



9. 
10. 

27. 
30. 



Aug. 25. 

1905. 
Jan. 24. 

Mar. 25 . 
May 25. 
May 25 . 

1904. 
Nov. 24. 

1905. 
Feb. 15. 
June 17. 
Feb. 14. 

1904. 



Abana 

(96,945 ) 

Alice 

; (107.282) 

'Admiral 

I (88,306) 

I Agatha 

I (103,793) 
I Annie Harper. 

(85.. 502) 
Ariel 

a 07, 287) 
.\cacia 

(92,625) 
Acadian 

(88,641) 
Aorangi 

(76,068) 
Atrato 

(103,210) 
Arrow 

(111,699) 



Amur 

(98,073) 



. i.\lbano. 



Alice 

(64,626 ) 
Allan M. Mitchell. 



Arclight 

(107,182) 



Antigua 

(94,728) 
Agnar 



lArbutus. 

I (116,654) 



o 
< 



Port of Registry. 



Yrs 
14 
4 
37 

5i 



How Rigged. 
Iron or Wood. 
Steam or Sail. 



St. John, X.B Schr., wood. sail... 

Liverpool, N.S Bgtn., wood. .sail... 

Quebec, Que iSchr., wood, steam. 

Shelburne, N.S Schr., wood, sail... 



c 
c 
o 



22 St. John, N.B Schr., wood, sail. 



4 .Liverpool, Eng 

16 Liverpool, N.S 

j 

Charlottetown, P.E.I. 

London, Eng 

Liverpool, N.S 



21 
21 
7 



Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Schr., steam, steel. 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 



2 'Liverpool, N.S Schr., wood, sail 



15 I Victoria, B.C Schr., steel, steam. 

I 

19 jHamburg, Germany jschr., steel, steam. 

Parrsboro', N.S Schr., wood ,sail. . . 

I 

New York, U.S..\ Schr., wood, sail... 



33 
30 



Oct. 


10 








(100,214) 


Oct. 


2. . 








(83,4.54) 


-Aug. 


20. . 


Bessie Willis. . . .~. 




(100,214) 


Oct. 


14. . 


Bobs 


(92,747) 


July 


*11. . 


Boston 




(98,585) 


Nov. 


13. . 








(96,7.53 j 



6 
23 
1 



Charlottetown, P.E.I. 



97 
199 
408 
92 
92 
249 
99 
77 
2782 

2oa 

'l83 

570 

2433 
55 
325 



Schr., wood, sail 103 



Windsor, N.S. . . 

Norwegian 

Yarmouth, N.S. 



Bque.. wood, .sail ' 735 



Schr., iron, steam. 
Schr., wood, sail. . 



13 
21 
13 



Charlottetown, P.E.I jSchr.. wood, sail. 



Sloop, steam .... 
Schr., wood, sail. 



Victoria, B.C 

Cnarlottetown, P.E.I 

10 jParrsboro', N.S jSchr., wood, sail... 

14 jYarmouth, N.S 'Schr., steel, steam. 

15 Ist. John, N.B iSchr., wood, sail... 



984 
61 

99 
253 
99 
97 
734 
228 



WRECKS AND CAHiUALTlE^ 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



197 



46 



and Foreign Sea-going Vessels in Canadian Waters and to Canadian Sea-going Vessels, in 
months ending June 30, 1905. 



Port Sailed from. 
Port Bound to. 



St. Martin's, N.B., Boston, 
Mass. 

Philadelphia, St. Andrews, 

Bluefields. 
Dalhousie, N.B., Quebec 



Shelburne, fishing. 



St. John, N.B., New Rochelle, 
U.S.A. 

St. John's, Nfld., Sydney, C.B. 

New York, Liverpool, N.S. . . 

Sydney, N.S., Rustieo, P.E.I. 

Sydney, N.S.W., Vancouver, 

B.C., Union Bay, B.C. 
New York, U.S.A., Colon, R.P. 

At wharf in Liverpool harbour, 
N.S. 



Victoria, B.C., Vancouver, 
B.C., Skagway, Ala. 

Hamburg, Ger., Halifax, N.S., 
Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

Harrington River, N.S., Bass 
River, N.B. 

Shulee, N.S., New York, U.S.A 



Place 
Wliere Casualty 
happened. 



Cau.se 
and Nature of 
Casualty. 



Chatham, N.B., Canso, 
New York, U.S.A. 



N.S., 



Portland, Me., Bahia Blanca. . 

North Sydney, N.S,, Montreal, 
Que. 

Abbott's Harbour, N.S., from 
fishing ground. 



Charlottetown, P.E.L, Mag- 
dalen Lsland, Que. 

Victoria, Vancouver, Harble- 
down Island. 

Ingram Docks, N.S., New 
York, U.S.A. 

Parrsboro', N.S., Yarmouth, 
N.S 

Boston, Mass., Yarmouth, N.S 

New York, U.S.A., St. John, 
N.B. 



Near Cape Cod, U.S.A 

Bluefields BlufT, Nicaragua. . 

Montreal, Que 

Indian Bay, N.S 

New Haven, Conn. U.S.A... 

Cranberry Head, N.S 

Shovelful Shoal, Mass., U.S.A, 

Rustieo Harbour, P. E. .1.. . . 

Bunkeris, Union Bay, B.C.. 

34° 30' N., 66° 20' W., Atlan- 
tic O^ean. 



Pt. Alexander, Ala., 66° .30' 
N., 132° 58' W.. Sumner 
Strait. 

Halifax Harbour, N.S 



Sprung a leak and lost part of 

deckload. 
Stranded on bar 



Burnt 

Stranded 

Foundered 

Stranded 

Stranded 

Stranded in Horn 

Collision witli ss. Edith. 

Leaking 

Fire 



Harrington River, Basin of 

Minas; N.B. 
1 mile N.E. bell buoy, Mus- 
quash, N. B. 



42° 35' N., 
Fundy. 



Struck uncharted rock. 



Collision with ss. Parisian. 

Stranded 

Lost sail and rigging 



69° 00' W., Bay ofrCargo washed overboard. 



Near No. 5 buoy, estuary of 

Bahia Blanca. 
Longue Pointe. River St. Law 

rence, Que. 
Abbott's Harbour, N.S 



Leslie's Cove, Grindstone Isle, 
M .I., Que. 

Johnstone Straits, B.C 



40 miles W. of Cape Sable. N.S 

Off Brier Island, Newport, 
N.S., Bay of Fundy. 

43° 48' N., 66° 09' W., Bay of 
Fundy. 

Vineyard Haven, Mass., LT.SA 



Stranded. 
Stranded. 
Stranded. 



Stranded 

Stranded 

Lost part of deckload. 

Collision 

Stranded 

Stranded in gale 



> 
3 



Remarks. 



Vessel, 
Cargo, 
Total, 


$ 

200 
200 
13,000 


Total. 




■Total, 

1 


7,400 


ITotal, 


2,600 


jTotal, 


12,000 


'Part, 


1,500 


Total, 


1,300 


Part 


1,000 


Part, 


■ 2,250 


Part, 


1,500 


Part, 


500 


Part, 


300 


Part, 


400 


Part , 


210 



No damage. 
No damage. 



Cargo, 
Ship, 



Total, 

Total, 

Part, 

Partial, 

Part, 

Part, 



1,000 
4,500 



1,700 
12,500 
77 
150 
23,000 
2,000 



198 



MARIXE AND FISHERIES 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

Statement of Wrecks and Casualties reported as having occurred to British, 













6 


Date 
of 

Casualty. 


Name of Ship. 


Age of Ship. 


Port of Registry. 


How Rigged. 
Iron or Wood. 
Steam or Sail. 


Register Tom 

1 



1904. 
Dec. 24.. 
Aug. 21 . . 

1905. 
May 3.. 

1904. 
Mar. 22. . 
Nov. 30.. 

1905. 
June 12. . 

1904. 
June 16. . 
June 12.. 
June 19. . 
July 2.. 
Aug. 21.. 
July 19. . 
June 12. 
Sept. 11. 
Sept. 3 . 

1905. 
Jan. 9. 

Jan. 10. 

Mar. 9. 

June 25. 

May 21 . 

Feb. 20. 

1903. 

Dec. 28. 

1904, 
Sept. 3. 
Dec. 23. 
Sept. 11. 

1905. 
Feb. 4. 



Bobs 

(117,293) 
Bonnie Doone. 

(96,952) 



Yrs. 

1 St. John's, Nfld. 
14 St. John, N.B... 



Baden Powell., 
(107,780) 



Basil M. Geldert. . 

(103,755) 
Bessie M. DevLne. 



7 

10 



Blenheim 

I (103,196) 



Chatham, X.B. 



Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 

Schr., wood, sail. 



Lunenburg, N.S jSchr., wood, sail. 



Gloucester, Mass., U.S.A. 



10 Paspebiac, Que. 



Schr., wood, sail. 



Bgtn., wood, sail. 



Canadian. . . . 
1 (111,706) 
Cape Breton.. . 

(97,803) 
Carrie Knight. 

(96,958) 
Congo 



Catalone 

(114,684) 
Creedmoor. . . . 

(88,678) 
Canada 



Chacina. 



3 
14 
20 
18 

3 

20 



Limenburg, X.S ISchr., wood, sail. 



Montreal, Que.. 
St. John, N.B.. 
Grimstaad Nor.. 
London, G. B.. . 
St. John, N.B.. 



1 jMontreal, Que. 



Cora May. . . . 
(94,758) 



36 
15 



Norwegian. . . . 
St. John, N.B. 



Schr., steel, steam.. 
Schr., wood, steam. 
Brque., wood, sail.. 
Schr., steel, steam.. 
Ship, wood, sail.. . . 
Schr., iron, steam.. 
Brque., iron, sail... 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 



Columbia 28 Vancouver, B . C 

(111,540) i 
Cape Breton , 14 

C97,508) ; 
Carrie L. Smith 15 

(96,744) 

Coban 23 Montreal, Que. . . 

(86,074) : 
Colvunbia ! 14 Gloucester, Mass 



Montreal, Que «. 

St. John, N.B 



14 Vancouver, B.C. 



Comet 

(96,982) 

Coral Leaf 2 Parrsboro', N . S . 

(112,333) 



D. A. Mader. 
(88,355) 



20 



23 



Drumburton 

(84,131) 
Deeta .M 4i 

ail, 405) 
D. J. Melancon 7 

(100,899) 



Limenburg, N.S. 



Victoria, B.C 

Lunenburg, N.S. . 
Weymouth, N. S. 



Schr., iron, steam. . . 
Schr., steel, steam... 
Brque., wood, sail. . 
Schr., iron, steam.. . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . . 
Sloop, wood, steam. 
Schr., wood, sail. . . . 



Schr., Wood. sail. 



Damara 

(90,009) 



20 W. Hartlepool. G.B. 



Ship, iron, sail.. . 
Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 



Schr., iron, steam. 



107 
117 

97 

99 
91 

199 

108 
1109 
4 

415 
2416 
1398 
962 
580 
117 

172 
1109 

600 

689 
87 
59 

374 

85 

1,773 
81 
. 134 

1,145 



WRECKS AND CASUALTIES 



199 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 23 



Canadian and Foreign Sea-going Vessels in Canadian Waters, &c. — Continued. 



Port Sailed from. 
Port Bound to. 



Place 
Wliere Casualty 
happened. 



Halifax, N.S., Louisburg, N.S., Glace Bay, N.S 

N. Sydney, N.S. ; 
Eatonville, N.S., Boston, Mass Off Rockland, Me., U.S.A. . 



Halifax, N.S., New York, 
U.S.A. 



41° 20' N., 70° 50' W., Vine- 
yard Haven. 



Louisburg, N.S., Clark's Har- Clark's Harbour, Cape Sable 
bour, N.S. ( Island, N.S. 

Gloucester, Mass., Shelburne, Collis Cove, E. of White Head, 
N.S., Bay of Islands, Nfld. [ N.S. 



New York, City Island, Chat- 15 miles S. Cape Sable, N.S. 
ham, N.B. 



Oporto, Tajardo, Porto Rico, 34° 40' N. 65 50' W., North 
Halifax. I Atlantic 



Cause 
and Nature of 
Casualty. 



Stranded. 



Montreal, Que., Sydney, C.B. 



St. Lawrence River, below 
Sorel. 



Stranded 

Strandard and burnt. 

Collision 



Bull Rock, 7 miles S.W. Mac- 

hias, Seal Island, N.B. 
River St. Lawrence Sugar Re- 



Wharf at Douglas York Co., 
N.B. 

Grimstaad, Nor., Musquash, 
N.B. 

Newcastle-on-Tvne, Svdnev, Kiver bt. Lawrence Sugar 

C.B., Montreal, Que. "! finery, W. bv N. i N. 
New York, U.S.A., Liverpool, 1 100 miles E.S.E. Sandv Hook 

N.S. j light, Atlantic. 
Quebec, Tliree Rivers, Mont-jl mile below Sorel, Que 

real, Que. i 
Camaroons, .\frica. West Bay, 1 West Bay, Minas Channel, 

N.S. Parrsboro, N.S. 
St. John, N.B., Westerly, N.J. Chatham, Mass., U.S. A Stranded 



Lost sails and rigging 

Collision with ss. Canada 

Burnt 

Struck rock 

Grounded in channel 

Burnt 

Collision with ss. Cape Breton. 

Collision with schr. Lady of 

Avon. 



Vancouver, B.C., Nanaimo, Milbank Sound, B.C.. 52° 23' 

Deep Sea Fisheries, B.C. ' 30 N., 128° 32' W. 
Louisburg, N.S., St. John, N.Bj 

Digby, N.S., Buenos Ayres. . . 

Louisburg, N.S., Yarmouth, 
N.S. 

Gloucester 'Banks,' N.Sydney, 
N.S. 

Vancouver, B.C., coastwise. . . 

New York, U.S.A., Maconis, 
S.D., New York, U.S.A. 



Stranded 

Damaged at sea by fire. 
Off Briar Isld., Bay of Fimdy.i Damaged by heavy sea 

Stranded 



2 miles N. Low Point, C.B., ;Run down by ss. <St'crre 

Atlantic Ocean. 
50° 2' 30" N, 124° 44' 20" W., 

Malaspina Straits. 
15 miles E.S.E. from Maconis 
light, Caribbean Sea. 



Moored for winter. 



Bay of Islands, Nfld. 



Stranded 

Lost iib-boom in heavy sea... 



Stranded; driven ashore in 
gale. 



SanFrancisco, U.S.A., Manilla, Ft. San Pedro, U.S.A., San Stranded 
Ph.Ils., Pudget Sound, U.S.A. I Francisco, U.S.A. 

Mahone Bay, Beaver Hrbr., Beaver Harbour, N.S Stranded. 

Banks Fishing, N.S. 
Hantsport, N.S., Vinegar 3 miles E.S.E. off Shafford 
Haven, New York. shoal, U.S. A 



Liverpool, G.B., St. John'st N. 49 W. Mag. 108 miles west 
Nfld., Halifax, N.S. light Sable Island 



Run down by a steamer. 



Foimdered . 



Capsized and was towed into 5 
the above port. 



Stranded. 



Remarks. 



S 

Total. 8,500 
Total, 5,700 

No damage. 

Part, 2,000 
Total. 



Total, 

Part, 
Partial. 
Total, 
Part, 



Ship, 

Cargo, 

Part. 

Part, 

Part, 



850 

1,000 

1,000 
2,300 



1,000 
43,000 



700 
•'OO 



Part 



1,600 



No damage. 
Total, 8,000 
Partial, 2,000 



Part, 

Total, 

Total, 

Part, 

Part, 

Total. 



150 

1,000 

40,000 
2,000 
1,180 



200 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



Statement of Wrecks and Casualties reported as having occurred to British, 



Date 
of 

Casualty. 



Name of Ship. 



1904. 
Dec. 18 

May 4 . 

1904. 
June 21. 
July 5 . 
June 15. 
Sept. 14. 
Oct. 18. 
Oct. 9. 

1905. 
Jan. 19. 
Jan. 23. 
April 24 . 

1904. 
July 13. 
Aug. 14. 
Oct. 9. 
Sept. 15. 
Dec. 18. 

1902. 
Dec. 15. 

1904. 
Sept. 3. 
April '^8 . 
Aug. 

March 15. 
Nov. 29. 
Sept. 9. 
July 2. . 

190.5. 
April 1 . . 
Marcli 9. . 
April 12 . 

104. 
July 16.. 



. D. J. Melancon. 
I (100.899) 



Dara C 

(111,671) 



E. H. Foster 

(85.510) 
Ellen M. Mitchell. 



Eva Lvnch 

(88.677) 

E. A. Post 

(11.2139) 
Ernest F. Norwood. 
I (94.707) 

I Eva Stewart 

I (83.136) 



Edward A. Perkins. 



E. M. Roberts. 
- (116..327) 

Eric 

(96.941 ) 



Florence 

(95.296) 
Flash 

(80.065) 
F. H. Prince. . . . 

Fred. H. Gibson. 

(10,889) 
Frank & Ira 

(103,254; 



Grenada 

(90,862) 



Genesta 

(92, .361 ) 
Gertie H 



Golden Hope 



Genevieve 

(112,223) 
Gladys B. Smith. 

(103,753) 
Gypsum Queen . . 

(94,870) 



H. H. Kitchener. 
(111,418) 



CO 



o 



Port of Registry. 



How Rigged. 
Iron or Wood. 
Steam or Sail. 



Yrs.: 



Weymouth, N.S Schr. wood, sailing. 



Parrsboro', N.S Schr., wood, sail. 



21 St. John. N. B... 



. Schr., wood, sail. 



29 New York, U.S..-V iSchr., wood, sail. 

I 

20 ;St John, N.B iBktn.. wood, sail. 

li Shelbume. N. S Schr., wood, sail., 



33 
23 

14 
2 
15 

15 
23 
14 
11 
11 

16. 

15 



Digby, N. S Schr., wood, sail. 

Parrsboro', N.S [Schr., wood, sail. 



Glooscap 

(100.108) 
Garfield White 

(94864 ) 
Glen wood 

(111,742; 
Gold Seeker 7 

(103.203) 



3 
8 
14 



Gloucester, Mass. 
Parrsboro', N.S.. 
St. John, N.B. . . 



Schr.. wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr.. wood, sail. 



West Hartlepool. G.B iSchr.. steel, steam. 

St. John. N.B Schr., wood, sail... 

Ogdensburg, U.S.A Wood, steam 

St. John, N.B |Schr., wood, sail... 

St. John, N.B Schr., wood, sail. . . 



Lunenburg. N.S Schr., wood. sail. 



St. John, N.B Schr., wood, sail.. 

Winnip»eg, Man Wood, steam tug. 

Gloucester, Mass ISchr., wood, sail.. 



Parrsboro', N.S jSchr., wood, sail. 

Parr-sboro', N.S Schr., wood. sail. 

Lunenburg, N.S jschr., wood, sail. 

Liverpool, N.S Schr., wood, sail. 



St. John, N.B Schr., wood, sail. 

Lunenburg, N.S jsclir., wood, .sail. 

Parrsboro', N.S Schr., wood, sail. 



C 

5 



it 

9) 



4 Lunenburg, N.S ISchr., wood. sail. 



134 

402 

124 
335 
458 
199 
79 
98 

58 
322 
119 

1,609 
93 

1,548 
418 
97 

93 

124 
61 
75 
1.721 
99 
99 
199 

124 
99 
609 

100 



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Canadian and Foreign Sea-going vessels in Canadian Waters, &c. — Continued. 



Port Sailed from. 
Port Bound to... 



New York, U.S.A., Pt. Eliza- 
beth, Yarmouth, N.S. 



Port Greville, N.S., New York 
U.S.A. 



St. John, N.B., Boston, Mass.. 

Hantsport, N.S., New York, 
U.S.A. 

At anchor near Bonaire St. .John Harbour, N.B.. 



Place 
Where Casualty 
happened. 



Vineyard Haven, Atlantic. 



Cause 
and Nature of 
Casualty. 



Collision. 



Off Cape Cod, Mass., U.S.A., In collision with fishing schr. 
Atlantic. I 



Dead Man's Head, N.B Stranded. 



At anchor, St. John Harbour, Collision with s..^. St. Croix. 
N.B. 



'Lost anchor and chain. 



St. Andrews, Columbia, Phila-ilsd. .30° N., 68° 30' W., Atlan-jLost sails in hurricane 

delphia. I tic ocean. | 

Digby, St. Mary's Bay, fishing Pt. Prim light, 5 miles W. oflStrandkig 

I Stranding, Bay of Fundy. I 

At the wharf in St. John Har. Grounded at low tide, strand- 

bour, N.B. i ed and filled. 

<31oucester Bay of Islands, Black Rock, Louisburg, C.B . ^Stranded 

Gloucester. I 

Port William.s, N.S., Havana, Off Isle Haute, N.S., Bay of Damaged by gale 

Culfe. Fundy. | 

St. John, N.B., New York. {Nantucket shoals, U.S.A., At- Damagae to rigging and sails. 
U.S.A. lantic. i 



Boston, Mass., St. John, N.B.. Yellow Ledge, 3 miles S.W. Stranded 

by W, Grand Manan. 

St. John, N.B., Harbour Sand Point, St. John Harbour In collision with s.s. Befrost. 

1 I 

■Chicago, U.S.A., Port Col [Rock Island shoal. Lake Erie, Stranded 

borne, Ogdensburg. Canada. 
Bonaire. Nflti., New York.Soff Barnegat, New Jersey, 



U.S.A. 

New London, St. John, N.B. 



Sydney, Liverpool. 



U.S.A. 

Vineyard Haven, U.S.A., .At- 
lantic. 



,5 miles S. of Cape La Have, N 
.\tlantic. 



Boston, Mass., Eatonville, N.S 
Winnipeg, Man., Selkirk, Man 



West St. Martin's Beach, St 

John, N.B. 
Lake Winnipeg, Pt. Douglas, 
J Man. 

Crloucester, Mass., Chester Bks Sydney Harbour, N.S 



Singapore to New York, 

Strats Settlements. 
Apple River, N.S., St. John, 

N.B., Boston, Mass. 
Lunenburg, N.S., Rose Blanche 

Nfid., Lunenburg, N.S. 
Grenada, B.W.I., Cartagena, 

San Bias, coast, Sp. 



Singapore, S.S. 



N.W. corner Partridge Island, 

St. John, N.B. 
Canso Harbour (Ball Rock 

shoal), N.S. 
10 miles E.N.E. from sale of 

Pines, Carribean Sea. 



St. John, N.B., Stanford, Seguin, Me., bore aft N.W. 20 
Conn. I miles, Atlantic. 

Fortune Bay, Nfld., St.Jacques 46° 22' N., 56° 30' W., N. At- 
Nfld., Lunenburg, N.S. I lantic. 

St. John, N.B., Port Greville, Off Cape d'Or, Bay of Fundy 
N.S. 



New York, 
N.S. 



U.S.A., Halifax, 



Long Island Sound, N. 
lantic. 



At- 



Lost sails and sprung a leak 

in hurricane. 
Damaged in collision 



Foundered . 



Loss of masts and rigging in 
gale. 

Burnt 



Stranded. 



Leaking. . . 
Stranded . . 
Stranding.. 
Foundered . 



Lost 40 and some sails 

Collision with schr. Peerless. 
Jammed in ice 



Collided with a car float. 



Remarks. 



Part, 



Part, 



1,200 



200 



Total,'ship 1500 
Cargo, 2,402 
Part, 



Partial, 
Part, 
Total, 
Part, 

Total, 

Part, 

Part, 

Part, 

Part, 

Part, 

Cargo, 
Total, 

Part, 



450 
500 
450 
3,500 
100 

7,500 
150 
150 

2,000 
210 



1,200 
23,000 

500 



[Tot'l,ship, 1,200 
I Cargo, 500 



Part, 

Total, 

Partial. 

Partial, 

Partial, 

Part, 

Total, 

Part, 



1,.500 
7,200 

2,000 
300 
2,400 
7,500 

140 



1 Tot'l, ship,5,000 
cargo, 2,200 
Part, 3.500 



Part, 



500 



202 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 



Statement of Wrecks and Casualties reported as having occurred to British, 



Date 
of 

Casualty. 



1904. 
July 28. 
Oct. 1. 



Name of Ship. 



N'ov. 
Oct. 
Dec. 



1.3. 
16. 
8. 



Nov. 28. 
Nov. 27. 

1905. 
Feb. .3 . 

1904. 
May 19. 
Dec. 29. 

190.5. 
May 25. 
Jan. 8. 
March 19. 

1904. 
Nov. 25. 
June 19. 
Feb. 16. 
Dec. 13. 
Nov. 27 . 

1905. 

Jan. 25. 

1904. 
Oct. 13 . 
Oct. 31 . 
Oct. 31 . 
Nov. 13. 

1905 
March 14. 

1904 

May 

July 13. 
June 20. 



Hartnev W 

ai6..332) 
Highland Las.s.. . 

a07,371) 
H. J Logan 

(111,678:1 
Harry Troop. . . . 

(111,693) 
Harold J. Park.^. 

(117,119; 
Helen M 

(103,020; 
H. A. Holder.. . . 

(96,7.56; 



H. B. Honnan . 
* (94,745) 



Haddon Hall 

, (58,925) 
Helen E. Kenney, 
I (100,067) 



Hero 

I (116,494) 
Hector 

(88,694) 
'Helen 

(116,586; 



Iris 

(116,787; 
Joe Milton. . . . 

(94.712; 
Jo.sie 



(a 



tc 
< 



Yrs. 
1 

5 
2 

.3i 
5 
9 

16 

17 



14 



Port of Registry. 



Parr.sboro', N.S.. 

Sydney, C.B 

Parrsboro', N.S.. 
Liverpool, N.S.. . 
Lunenburg, N.S. 
Parrsboro', N.S.. 
St. John, N.B. . . 



St. John, N.B. 



How Rigged. 
Iron or Wood. 
Steam or Sail. 



Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, pail. 

Schr., wood, .sail. 



Liverpool, G.B Bque., iron, sail.. 

I 

St. John, N.B Schr., wood, sail. 



Ltmenbure', N.S. 
St. John, N.B. . . 
Yarmouth, N.S.. 



i Vancouver, B.C. 
13 Pt. Stanley, Ont. 
WejTnouth, N.S. 
SiiShelbume, N.S. 



Schr., wood, sail . 
Schr , wood. s!?il. 
Schr., world, .sail. 



Sloop, wood, steam. 
Schr., wood, steam.. 
Schr., wood, sail. . . . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . . 



Julian H. Archer 

(111,684) 

Josie M. Calderwood '34 ISydney, C.B Schr., wood, sail 

; (112,382) I 



James Daley. . 
(107,340) 



Kate B 

(100,.38l) 
Keewavdin. . . . 

(94,853). . 
Kilkeel 

(102,022: 
King of Avon . 

(112.064; 



, Kandahar 

I (107,969; 



Leone 

(80,882) 
Lingard 



Lois. 



(100,200) 



11 
15 
9 



21 
11 



Yarmouth, N.S Bktn., wood, sail. 



Sydney, C.B jSchr., wood, sail. 

Parrsboro', N.S ^. . Schr., wood, sail. 

Parrsboro', N.S Schr., wood, sail. 

I 

Windsor, N.S Schr., wood, sail. 



Lunenburg, N.S. 



oa 
a 
a 
o 
H 



271 
19 
772 
199 
99 
62 
94 

299 

1,332 
294 

# 

18 
498 
235 



40 
63 



99 
79 

162 

24 
187 

56 
417 



Schr., wood, sail 100 



Lunenburg, N.S Schr., wood, sail.. 

Italian Bque., wood, sail . 



13 Vancouver, B.C Sloop, wood, steam. 



79 
999 
17 



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Canadian and Foreign Sea-going Vessels in Canadian Waters, &c. — Continued. 



Port Sailed from. 
Port Bound to. 



New York, U.S.A., St. John. 
N.B. 

Pt. Morien, fishing 



Turk's Island, B.W.I., New 

York, U.S.A. 
Aurno, Halifax, Shelburne, 

N.S. 

Twillingate, Nfld., St. John's, 
Nfld." 

Maitland, N.S., Parrsboro', 
N.S. 

St. John, N.B., Warren, R.I. . 



Kingston, Ja., Jacksonville, 
Fla. 



Maryport, Guayaquil, Vic- 
toria, B.C. 

Guefport, Miss., Cardenas, 
Cuba. 



Place 
Where Casualty 
happened. 



The Shoals, U.S.A. . 
Off Pt. Morien, N.S. 



135 miles from Barnegat light, 
U.S.A. 

McNutt's Island, N.S 



Cause 
and Nature of 
Casualty. 



Collision with Silver Wave. 

Stranded 

Damaged by a hurricane.. , 

Stranded 

Stranded 



J mile from Button's Point, 

Togo Island, Nfld. 
Parrsboro' Harbour, N.S Collision with schr. Wandrian .'. . 



Near Pollock Rip, Mass., N. 
Atlantic. 



14 miles S. St. John River 
liglit, .\tlantic. 



Espaniol Pt., Guayaquil River 
Tortugas Reef, U.S. A 



La Have, N.S., fishing ground. Grand Entry, Magdalen Islds. 

Hantsport,N.S., Buenos Avres,i40° 17' N., 60° W., N. Atlantic 
S.A. 



Cienfuegos, Cuba, San An- 
dreas, Philadelphia U.S.A. . 



Molasses Reef, Florida, Str. 
Florida. 



Bur- 



Vancouver, B.C., Comox. B.C. ,49 18' N., 123 8' W., 

rard Inlet. Stranded. 
Papoose Island, Georgian Bay Stranded and burnt. 



Owen Sound, Ont., Killarney, 

Bastard Bay. 
Meteghan, N.S., Barbadoes, 

W.I. 

Lockeport, N.S., Port of Spain. 

Dalhousie, N.B., Whitehead, 
N.S., Barbadoes. 



Havana, Cuba, Meteghan, N.S. 



Louisburg, fishing 

N.S., Gloucester 



Cheverie 
Mass. 
Port Hood, C. B 
N.B. 

Walton, N. S., Alexandria, 
U.S.A. 



> 

'►3 



Lost rudder head and damag- 
ed stern. 



Stranded .... Total 



Stranded. 
Stranded. 



Collision with an unknown . 
vessel. 

Damaged by storm 



Stranded. 



41° 58; N., 62° 50' W., N. At- 
lantic. 

80° 27' N., 63° W., N. Atlantic 

41° 20' N., 59° 40' W., N. At- 
lantic. 



30° 40' N, 41° 22' W, At- 
lantic. 



Abandoned at sea. 
Abandoned at sea. 
Foundered at sea. 



Damaged by heavy sea. 



Stearing gear broke and vessel 
.stranded. 



Entrance to Louisburg Har 
bour, N.S. 

Dog Bar breakwater, U. S.A .. jMisstayed and struck break 

j water. 

Bathurst, jCarron Point, Bathurst, N.B., Stranded 
Nepisiguit Bav. j 
39° 4' N., 66° 12' W., N. At- Damaged in heavy weather 
lantic. 



St. Johns, Nfld., to Oporto, 
Portugal. 



Sydney, Halifax 

Boston, Mass Yarmouth, N.S. 
Vancouver, B.C., Howe Sound 



45° 10' N., 43°,02', W., N. At- 
lantic. 



Scatterie Island, N. Atlantic. . 

Near Petit Passage, Bay of 
Fundy. 

Queen Charlotte Channel. 
Howe Sound, B.C. 



Foundered at sea. 



Stranded., 
Stranded. 
Stranded. 



Remarks. 





S 


Partial, 


125 


Total. 


400 


Part, 


1,000 


Total, 


10,000 


Total, 


4,500 


Part, 


200 


Part, 


115 


Total, 


10.000 


Part, 


8,000 


Part, 


2,200 


Part, 


500 


Trifling. 




Total. 




Total, 
Total, 


9,000 
8,000 


1 Otai, 




Total, 


9,000 


Total, 


3,000 


Part, 


1,200 


Total, 


500 


Part, 


150 


Part, 


700 


Total. 




Total, 


1,000 


Part, 


5.000 


Total, 


7.000 



204 



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5-6 EDWARD VII., A, 1906 



Statement of Wrecks and Casualties reported as having occurred to British, 



Date 
of 

Casualty. 



Name of Ship. 



1904. 
July 13. 
Sept. 11. 
Oct. 11. 
Sept. 15. 
Sept. 13. 
Nov. 19. 
July 31 . 
Aug. 21 . 
Dec. 20. 
Dec. 1 1 . 

1905 
Feb. 18. 
March 10. 

1904 
Oct. 27 . 
Feb. 27 . 
Sept. 24. 
Aug. 20. 
Sept. 4 . 
Sept. 12. 

1905. 
Dec. 9 . 
April 25. 
March 9. 

1904 
June 16. 
June 10. 

1905 
May 9. 

1904 
Aug. 20 . 

1905 
March 4 . 

1904. 
Nov. 20. 
July 17. 



I Lunenburg.. . . 
! (100.116) 

Lady of Avon. 
I (112,059) 

iLavonia 

! (116,326) 

I Lena 

(107,352) 

Lizzie Maud.. . 



Laura . .* 

(51,782) 

Louvina 

(103,721 ) 
Lydia Rvder. . 

(51,972) 
Lady.sinith. . . . 

(112,324) 
Louisburg 

(83,382) 



Lakeside 

(107,336) 
L. G. Crosbv. . 

(96,968) 



Miowera 

(101,935) 
Mary A. Troop. 

(85,990) 
May Queen. . . . 

(59,243) 
Melba 

(107.. 303) 
Mikelson 



Maggie Sullivan. 



Magic 

(77,739) 
May G. Powers. 



Montevideo. 



Njaal. 
Nell.. 



Nota Bene. 
(71,391) 



Otis Miller. . . . 
(103,268) 



Onato. 



Ophir 

(111,673) 
Princess Victoria. 

(115,953) 



Yrs. 
13 
2 
1 
6 



CO 



< 



1 

8 
38 
.3 
24 

5 
15 



Port of Registry. 



Lunenburg, N.S. 
Windsor, N.S.. . . 
Parrsboro', N.S.. 
St. Johns, Nfd.. . 

American 

Halifax, N.S 

Parrsboro', N.S.. 
Shelburne, N.S. . 
Parrsboro', N.S.. 
Montreal, Que.. . 



Yarmbuth, N.S. 
Yarmouth, N.S. 



12 London. G.B.. 
22 St. John, N.B. 

35 'st. John, N.B. 

i 

5 [Windsor, N.S.. 



15 
11 

26 
13 
16 

23 
18 

28 



4 
1* 



Riga, Russia 

Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 



Digby, N.S 

Gloucester, Mass. 
Barcelona, Italy. 



Farsund, Norway. 
Victoria, B.C 



Parrsboro', N.S. 



St. John, N.B. 



Boston, Mass. 



How Rigged. 
Iron or Wood. 
Steam or Sail. 



Scnr., wood, steam. 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Sclir., wood, sail . . . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 
iSchr, wood, sail.... 
Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Bktn., wood, sail. . 
Schr., iron, steam. . 



0) 

c 

B 

o 



0) 



113 
249 
226 
96 
48 
53 
518 
57 
698 
1182 



Bktn., steel, sail 726 

Brigt., wood, sail 298 

Schr., steel, steam ^ 1888 

Bk., wood, sail 1118 

— wood, steam 1 340 

Schr., wood, sail I 419 



Bktn., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail . 



Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Schr., wood, sail . . . 
Schr., steel, steam. 



Bk., wood, sail 

Sloop, wood, steam. 

Schr., wood, sail. . . . 



Schr., woo<l, sail. 



Schr., wood, .sail. 



Parrsboro'. N.S Schr., wood, sail... 

London, G.B Schr., steel, steam. 



317 

123 

27 
95 
5205 

541 
125 

51 

98 

105 

249 

427 



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205 



Port sailed from. 
F'ort bound to 



Pictou, Ingonish N. Sydney. . . 

Cambridge, N.S., New York, 
U.S.A. 

Port Greville, N.S., New York, 
U.S.A. 

Sydney, C.B., Liverpool, N.S., 

St. Johns, Nfld. 
Oinal Haven, Me., Yarmouth, 

N.S. 

Slieet Harbour, N.S., to Hali- 
fax, N.S. 

Annapolis Royal, N.S., Rosa- 
rio, S.A. 

Sunnyside, P.E.I., New Rich- 
mond. 

Buenos Ayres, S.A., New York, 
U.S.A. 

Louisburg 



Yarmoutli, N.S., New York 
U.S.A. 

, Rio Grande do 

Sul. 



Sydney, U.S.A., Victoria, B.C., 

Vancouver, B.C. 
Pensacola, Rio de Janiero . . 

St. John, N.B., Chipman, N.B. 

Windsor, Spencers Isld., New 
York. 

Liverpool, G.B., Shediac, N.B 

Boston, Mass., Canso, N.S., 
Lunenburg, N.S. 



Port La Tour, Yarmouth, N.S. 

Gloucester, Mass., Booth Bay, 

Me., fishing. 
Vera Cruz, S.A., New York, 

U.S.A., Cadiz. 



Place 
where Casualty 
liappened. 



Martinique, 

France. 
Victoria, B.C., 

Naa.s River. 



W.I 



Nantes, 
Port Simpson, 



46° 19' 30" N., 60° 17' 10" W., 

Cape Breton. 
West Bay, Parrsboro', N.S., 

Bay of Fundy. 
Off Digby Gut, N.S., Bay of 
Fundy. 

International Pier, Sydney, 
C.B. 

Entrance to Yarmouth Har- 
bour, N.S. 

Mushaboon Point, Sheet 
Harbour, N.S. 

Off Lobos Island, Maldonaldo, 
S.A. 

Shippegan, N.B., Gulf St. 

Lawrence. 
29° 10' S., 34° 29' W., South 

Atlantic. 
46° 40' N., 53° 50' W., North 

Atlantic. 



Between Cape Cod and Cape 
Sable. 

38° N., 67° W., N. Atlantic 



49° 18' N., 123° 9' W., Burrard 
Inlet. 

35° 18' N., 61° 36' W., Atlan- 
.tic. 

Baileys Point, Grand Lake 

Queens Co., N.B. 
44° 30' N., 66° W., Bay of 

Fundy. 

Seal Rocks, Gabarouse Bay, 
N.S. 

Owens Point, Lunenburg, N.S. 
N. Atlantic. 



S.W. to Ellenwood Isld., 250 
yards. 

Off Bridgeport, C.B., North 

Atlantic. 
40° 5' N., 56° 56' W., Atlantic 



Middle of Gulf stream, 300 

miles from Halifax, N.S. 
Georgetown, B.C 



Cause 
and Nature of 
Casualty. 



Stranded in dense fog 

In collision with schr. Chacma. 
In collision witli schr. Omega.. 
Run into by ss. Pro Patric... . 

Stranded 

Stranded. 

Stranded 

Stranded 



Lost spars and sails in rough 

• weather. 
Damaged in rough weather. . 



Lost sails in gale. 

In heavy squall vessel dam- 
aged, condemned after sur 
vey. 



M. Parrsboro River, N.S. 



New York, U.S.A., St. John, 
N.B. 



Boston to fishing ground. 



Jeremie, Hayti, New York, 
U.S.A. 

Victoria, B.C., Vancouver, B.C. 



15 miles S.E. of Isle of Holt, 
Me., U.S.A. 



Georges Bank, N. Atlantic. 



Jeremie, Hayti, Caribbean Sea 

East of Prospect Point light- 
house, Vancouver, B.C. 



Stranding 

Abandoned, leaky 

Stranded 

Lost sails and rigging. 
Stranded. 

Stranded 



Stranded. . . . 
Stranded. . . . 
Broke shaft. 



Dismasted in lieavy squall. 
Burnt 



Stranded. 



Lost masts, sails and rigging 
in gale. 



Lost sails and gear. 



Stranded. 
Stranded. 



Remarks. 



Partial, 

Total, 

Partial, 

Partial, 

Partial, 

Total, 

Total, 

Total, 

Part, 



Total, 7,500 



Trifling. 

Ship, 20,000 

Cargo, 11,000 

Partial, 700 

Trifling. 



Total, 9,15 

Trifling. 
Part, 
Part, 

Part, 
Part, 

Part, 10 

Partial, 1,70 

Part, 3,00 

Total, 11,00 
Trifling. 



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Statement of Wrecks and Casualties reported as having occurred to British, 



Date 
of 

Casualty. 



1904. 
July 11. 
Aug. 28. 
Nov. 19. 

1905. 
Mar. 25. 
Mar. 1 . 
June 6. 
Feb. 13. 

1904. 
Aug. 30. 
Aug. 20. 
Sept. 14. 

1905. 
Jan. 11. 
Jan. 12. 
June 15. 
Mar 9. 

1904. 
July 27. 
Sept. 9. 
July — . 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Dec. 



Name of Ship. 



Vi 



ID 

be 
< 



2. 
22. 

5. 
27. 



|Yrs, 

Potanoc ! 10 

(103,195) 
Pro Patria 11 

(24,294) 
Poltallock 11 

(102,822) 



Parisian 24 

(84,294) 
Parrsboro 2 

(116,323) 
Premier 1 5J 

(107,655) : 
Prosperare 4 

(107,347) 



Quadra 13 

(96,899) 
Ray G 15 

(94,753) 
Robert Ewing 12 

(100,516) 



Ray G ' 16 

(94,753) 
Rhoda 7 

(103,209) 
Rival 28 

(74,098) 
Rhoda 7 

(103,209) 



Port of Registry. 



Liverpool, N.S. . . 
St. Malo, France. 
London, G.B. . . . 



How Rigged. 
Iron or Wood. 
Steam or Sail. 



Schooner, wood, sail. 
, iron, steam. . . , 



Schr., steel, steam. 
, wood, steam. 



1905. 

April 30. 
April 1. 
Jan. 31. 

1904. 
Sept. 14. 
Sept. 11. 
Nov. 11. 
May 22 . 



Silver Wave 14 

(100,062) 
Singapore 26 

(77,629) , 
Sunnv South i 12 

(100,532) 
Sailor's Home 22 

(83,404) 
Senovar 20 

(88,349) 
St. Lawrence 25 

(78,459) 
Stewiacke 34 

(100,707) 



Scottish Hero 10 

(105,718) i 

Silver Leaf 2 

(112,329) 



Skidby. 

(98,534) 



13 



Truma. 



Theta 3 

(107,307) 
Turret Bell 11 

(104,263) 
Vancouver ! 20 

(87,963) I 



Glasgow, G.B 

Parrsboro, N.S 

Limenburg, N.S jschr., wood, sail 

Yarmouth, N.S 'Schr., wood, .sail 



Ottawa, Ont Schr., steel, steam. 

Parrsboro, N.S jschr., wood, sail... 

Parrsboro, N.S Schr., wood, sail. . . 



Parrsboro, N.S Schr., wood, sail. 



Liverpool, N.S. 
Halifax, N.S. . . 
Liverpool, N.S. 



St. John, N.B. . . 
Kingston, Ont.. . 

Digby, N.S 

Halifax, N.S.". . . 
Lunenburg, N.S. 
Quebec, Que. . . . 
Pictou, N.S 



Schr., wood, s9.ii. 
Schr., wood, sail. 
Schr., wood, sail. 



Newcastle-on-Tyne, G.B F. & A., steel steam . 

Parrsboro, N.S Schr., wood, sail 



Schr., wood, sail. . 
Schr., wood, sail.. 
Bkt., wood, sail.. . 
Schr., wood, sail. . 
Schr., wood, sail. . 
Schr., iron, steam. 
Schr., wood, sail.. 



W. Hartlepool, G.B. 



Schr., steel, steam. 



Arendal 

Windsor, N.S.. . 
Newcastle, G.B. 
Liverpool, G.B. 



, iron, steam. . 

Schr., wood, sail. . . 
Schr., steel, steam. 
Schr., iron, steam.. 



a 

c 

o 



'A 



231 
379 



Bk., steel, sail 2139 



3385 
26 
99 
378 

265 
96 
399 

96 
199 

31 
199 

99 
186 
499 
93 
79 
211 
387 

1386 
283 
2421 

979 
420 
1376 
3,424 



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Canadian and Foreign Sea-going Vessels in Canadian Waters, &c. — Continued. 



Port Sailed from. 
Port Bound to. 



Place 
Where Ca.sualty 
happened. 



Cause 
and Nature of 
Casualty. 



o 



Cayenne, S.A.. Colon, NombrejNombre de Dios, Panama.. . . 

de Dios, C.A. ( 
Nortli Sydney, C.B., to St. j Little Miquelon, 9 miles from 

Pierre Miquelon. 1 St. Pierre. 

Antwerp, Bel., San Francisco, Chemainus Bay, B.C 

U.S.A., Chemainus, B.C. 



Remarks. 



Stranded iTotal 



Stranded 

Lest anchor and chain. 



Liverpool, G.B., Halifax har- Halifax harbour Collision with ss. .4 /tano. 

bour. 

Laid up at Parrsboro, N.S.. . Jammed in ice. 



La Have, N.S., Magdalen 

Islands, La Havens. 
Moss Pt., Miss., Pascagoula, 

Havana. 



Victoria, Vancouver, Port 

Simpson, B.C. 
Hantsport, N.S., Boston, 

Mass. 

Louisburg, Yarmouth, N.S... . 



Eatonville, N.S., Machias, 

Me., Boston, Mass. 
Kingston, Ja., Liverpool, N.S. 

Jeddore, N.S.. Halifax, N.S. . . 

St. Thomas, Mar., Fernadno, 
Porto Rico. W.I., Halifax, 
N.S. 



Red Head Shoal, Strait Canso, 

N.S., Atlantic. 
Pascagoula River, Miss., U. 

S.A. 



Stranded. 
Stranded. 



Damaged in gale. 
Stranded 



49° 56' 20" N., 12.5° 2' W., Str. Stranded 

of Georgia. 
Minas Basin, N.S., Bay of 

Fund^•. 

2 miles S.W. by W. from Bald 
Tusket, Bay of Fundy.. 



Bantam Ledge, Booth Bay, Stranded. 
Me., U.S.A.. 

27° 56' N., 66° 14' W., Atlan- Damaged bv heavy weather, 
tic. 

Laurencetown, Halifax Co., Stranded. 
N.S. 

38° 20' N., 68° 00' W., Atlan- Damaged by heavy weather, 
tic. 



Lost part of deck load. 



Sackville, N.B., New York, 125 miles S.S.W., Maint Desert 
U.S.A. j Rock, U.S.A. 

Collins Inlet, Sarnia, Out [Kincardine Harbour, Lake Water logged and stranded 

I Huron, Ont. 
Annapolis, N.S., Sagua, Cuba. Cayo Jutea, Cuba.^ 



Halifax, N.S., Beckerton, N.S.jBeckerton Head, N.S., N. At- 

I lantic. 

Summerside, P.E.I., Rich- S.E. side of Shippegan Island, 

mond. I N.B. 

Quebec, Esquimaux Pt., Que. Enghsh Point, Gulf St. Law- 
rence. 



Sherbrooke, N.S., Cadiz, Yar- 
mouth, N.S. 



New York, U.S.A., Havana, 
Cuba, Sydney, C.B. 

New York, U.S.A., St. An- 
drews, N.B. 

South Shields, G.B., Balti- 
more, U.S.A. 



Quebec, Que., North Sydney, 

N.S., London, G.B. 
Surman, D.G., St. Simons, Ga., 

Dorchester, N.B. 
Port Hastings, N.S., Montreal, 

Que. 

Liverpool, G . B . , Montreal, 
Que. 



300 miles S. of Fayal, Azores, 
Atlantic Ocean. 



22 miles E. Halifax harbour, 

Atlantic. 
W. entrance to St. Andrews 

harbour, N.B. 
Sable Island, W. light S.E. li 

miles, Atlantic. 



River St. Lawrence, below 

Quebec. 
Five Fathom Bank lightship, 

N.W. 15 miles N. Atlantic. 
Port Hastings, Strait of Canso 

N.S. 

Matane Point, River St. Law- 
rence, Que. 



Gronudedon reef. . 

Stranded 

Stranded 

Stranded 

Abandoned at sea. 



Stranded in fog. 

Stranded 

Stranded 



Collision with Ethel Clarke. 

Collision 

Struck submerged rock. . . 
Stranded 



Part, 



Part. 
Part, 



6,000 
4,000 



.300 



iTotal snip,4,.500 
Cargo, 2,500 



Part, 

Nil. 

Part, 

Total, 

Total, 
Part, 
Total, 
Part, 



3,000 



150 
3,000 

2,30Q 
500 
500 

3,000 



Part cargo, 1 00 
Total, 2,000 



Partial. 

Total, 

Total, 

Total, 

Total. 

Part, 
Part, 
Total. 



Part, 
Part, 



3,500 
1,400 
30,000 



15,000 
i50 



12,000 
18,000 



No damage. 



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Statement of Wrecks and Casualties reported as having occurred to British, 



Date 
of 

Casualty. 



Name of Ship. 



1904. 

.\ug. 29. . I Viking 

(87,077) 



Sept. 
Nov. 



July 19 

Oct. 14. 
Sept. 29. 



Virginia 

(112,267) 

Volunteer 



< 



Port of Registry. 



How Rigged. 
Iron or Wood. 
Steam or Sail. 



i , I 

j 1 

I I 
21 iLondon. G.B jSchr., iron, steam. 

. . . iMontreal, Que Iron, steam 

j 

. . . St. John's, Nfld Schr., wood, sail. . 



Wanola IParrsboro. N.S 



Wallula 

'(88,422) 

Walter Miller. 
(96,944) 



Schr., wood, .sail. 



20 
14 

30 



Sept 21. . Water Lily 

(66,957) 

Oct. 15. . Winged Arrow 3 

(94,666) 

Nov. 8..Wandrian 21 

(85,617) 



Dec. 18. 

■ Nov. 14 . 

Nov. 30. 

Dec. 17. 

July 29. 



St. John, N.B Schr., wood, sail. 

St. John, N.B Schr., wood, .sail. 



St. John, N.B. . 
St. John's, Nfld. 
Parrsboro, N.S. 



Warrior 

(61,583) 
Willie A 

75,869) 
W. R. Huntley. 

100,105) 



Walter Miller. 
(96,944) 



Yuba. 



. . . Halifax, N.S. . . 
23 Ariehat, N.S. . . 
14 Parrsboro', N.S. 



15 St. John, N.B 

. . . Larwick, Norway. 



Schr., wood, sail. . . . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . . 
Schr., wood, sail. . . . 

Schr,. wood, sail. . . . 
Schr., wood, sailing. 
Schr., wood, sailing. 

Schr., wood, sail. . . . 

Bk., wood, .sail 



Total number of vessels '. 178 

Tonnage 79.588 

Lives lost 15 

Amount of damage reported S621,267 



IP 
a 
a 

o 



215 
1052 
99 



82 
118 

71 
48 
311 

93 
70 
167 

117 

557 



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Canadian and Foreign Sea-going Vessels in Canadian Waters, <&c. — Continued. 



Port Sailed from. 
Port Bound to. 



London, G.B., Halifax, N.S., 
GUles Point, Lab 



Place 
Where Casualty 
happened. 



Quebec, Tadousac, Chicouti- 
mi 



Harbour Grace, Nfld., Syd- 
ney, N.S 



New York, U.S.A., Sackville, 
N.B 



River Hebert, 
Bay. N.S.. . . 



N.S., West 



Hantsport, 
Haven . . 



N.S., Vineyard 



Shag Rock, 1 mile, Hamilton 
Inlet, Labrador 

Riviere au Moulin, Caribeau 
range, Co. Charlevoix, Que. 

Lingan Bar, near Old Bridge- 
port, C.B 



Off Wood Point, N.B., Cum- 



Cause 
and Nature of 
Casualty. 



Stranded 

Struck a Rock. 
Stranded 



berland Bay. 
West Bay, Minas Gut, N.S. 



3 mUes West of Isle of Holt, 

N.B 



Lost chains and anchor, run 
ashore 



Lost headgear and bowsprit 
in collision and stranded. . 



Loading cordwood at McKay's 

Head, N.S., Minas. 
Channel, Nfld., Sydney, C.B 



Lost deckload in heavy 

weather 

Near Parrsboro' Basin iStranded 



Walton, N.S. 
S.A 



New York, U- 



N.Sydney, N.S. .Yarmouth, N. 

S., Annapolis, N.S 

Charlottetown, P.E.L. De- 

cousse, Halifax 

Sydney, C.B., Yarmouth, N. 

S 



Sackville, N.B., New York, 
U.S.A 



Mossal Bay, South Africa, 
Weymouth N.S 



Sydney Harbour, C.B., N.S. .. Struck by steamer. 



Walton, N.S., Minas Basin, I 

Bay of Fundy , Stranded. 



Digby, N.S., Bay of Fundy. 
Whitehaven, N.S 



Neal's Point, Port Medway, 
N.S 

Barnes Reef, Cumberland 
Basin, Bay of Fundy 

New Whale Cove, Digby Neck, 
Bay of Fundy 



Lost sails and stranded. 

Stranded 



Stranded. 
Stranded. 
Stranding. 



o 

« 



Remarks. 



Partial. 

Total. 

Part. 
Part. 



Part. 
Total. 

Partial. 



Part. 

Total. 

Total. 

Partial. 

Part. 

Total. 



$ 

6,000 

3,000 

1,000 
SOO 



MOO 
400 

ICO 



3£0 
1.6C0 
1 3£0 

2.000 

1,500 



23—14 



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Statement of Wrecks and Casualties reported as having occurred to British, 



Date 
of 

Casualty. 



Name of Ship. 



a, 

Cm 

o 



1904. 
Oct. 3. 
Nov. 2. 
Nov. 

Nov. 18. 

1903. 
Oct. 18. 

1904. 
Nov. 24. 

1905. 
June 19. 
May 12. 
May 17. 



Midland Queen. 
J. S. Martin 



Yrs. 
4 



Annie Falconer 

(83,285) 
Alert 3 

(111,586) 
Ocean 32 

(88,633) 
L. W. Drake 



Edward S. Pease. 



City of Collingwood. 

(94,766) 
Cuba 

(71.153) 
Cuba 

(71,153) 



31 



12 



Port of Registry. 



Toronto, Ont 

(American) 

Cobourg, Ont 

Peterboro', Ont 

St. Catharines, Ont. 
Picton, Ont 



How Rigged. 
Iron or Wood. 
Steam or Sail. 



o 

bO 

s 
a 

o 
£-1 



V 

»5 



— Steel, steam ' 1,.348 

— Wood, sail : 

Schr., wood, sail [ 175 

— Wood, steam 39 

— Wood, steam 454 

Brig., wood, sail 394 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



Owen Soimd, Ont. 
Hamilton, Ont. . . 
Hamilton, Ont. . . 



Wood, steam 267 



Wood, steam 893 



Sloop, wood, steam. 
Sloop, wood, steam. 



599 
599 



Total amount of vessels 10 

Total amount of lives lost 5 

Total amount of tonnage 4,471 

Total amount of damage 8154,500 



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Canadian and Foreign Sea-going Vessels in Canadian Waters, &c. — Concluded. 



Port Sailed from. 
Port Bound to. 



Place 
Where Casualty 
happened. 



Collingwood. Sault Ste. Marie, 

Fort William OiT Cariboo Island, Ont 

Toledo, Owen Sound Devil Island, Georgian Bay, 

Ont 

Sodas Point, Picton, Ont. . . . li miles north False Ducks, 

I Lake Ontario 

Lakefield, Ont iLakefield, Ont 



In dry dock at Port Dalhousie, 
Ont 



Burnt. 



Niagara, Ont., Picton, Ont 2 Miles 



Cause 
and Nature of 
Casualty. 



In collision with S.S. Ottawa. 

Stranded 



Founded. 
Burnt. . . , 



Stranded. 



Cleveland, O., Collingwood, Ont'Dock at Collingwood Burnt 



jColiingwood Wharf.'.Ont .... iBurnt. 



Montreal, Que., Kingston,! 

Ont, Toronto, Ont Gull Bar, Lake Ontario 

Montreal, Que., Port Dalhou-] 

sie, Ont., Port Stanley, Ont. Fould Lock 21 New Welland 

Canal, Ont 



Stranded. 



o 
m 
> 



Remarks. 



Part. 

Total. 

Total. 
Total. 



Total. 
Total. 



5,000 



3,000 
4,500 



19,000 
3,000 



120,000 



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